I'm a still life painter pulling together weird little clusters of objects that I'm thinking about, creating cross-sections of the everyday and intense fragments of personal narrative. I meditate on the ebb and flow of my relationships as they build around me with paint. I understand closeness and separation through layered objects and textures that simultaneously hold sentimentality, vivid memory, myth and history, spontaneity, and pain.
Meg Wolensky is an oil painter unveiling personal truths in artworks based on experiences, memories, and dreams. She translates moments from various source material into investigative paintings that layer cross-sections of personal narrative.
Originally from West Chester, Pennsylvania, Wolensky now lives and works in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Currently employed at Moore College of Art & Design as the Program Manager of Continuing Education, she puts her passion into practice by making art experiences accessible for marginalized professional artists and students. When she's not painting (or working), Wolensky lends professional curatorial, grant-writing, art handling, and arts admin strategy services to queer artists and initiatives.
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