Meg Kelso (Naarm) is a visual artist whose practise involves experimentation with form through the mediums of painting and printmaking.

Meg is fascinated by the temporal nature of decay and growth, like paint flaking off a wall in suburbia or the incremental spread of moss across the forest floor. The idea of such autonomous form coexisting with the stillness and contemplation of everyday life conceptually underpins much of her work and inspires her use of line, texture an colour.  


Inspired by process art, Meg's practise allows her medium to become a collaborator instead of a tool. Her process seeks harmony between spontaneous creation and conceptual planning, ensuring that one never overpowers the other. 

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