Meg Page featured at National Sporting Library and Museum
The exhibition Contemporary Artist-Naturalists: Robin Hill & Meg Page, on view from October 12, 2013 – February 23, 2014, highlights two artists who are each deeply connected to the natural world and continue in the spirit of Dürer, Catesby, Wilson, and Audubon rendering fauna and flora from near and far. Meg will be on hand for October 17 Open House and will present a gallery talk on November 16, 2013 in conjunction with the Library's symposium, Perspectives on Teaming with Nature, both of which are open to the public.
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BROWN HARE ON MOSSY TURF
W 30" x H 21" unframed
Watercolor on deckled edge handmade paper
Lepus Europaeus – Portrait of a rabbit at life size, sitting on a turf of grass and moss with red clover plants in bloom. One in a series of rabbit paintings. Next in the series: "Eastern Cottontail" as a mirror composition, to hang opposite "Hare".
Miniature paintings of "Hare" and "Eastern Cottontail" (9"x12" watercolor on paper)