August 17th Reception: 5:00 -6:30 Unitarian Church Social Hall

 

"Sunlight-Nightlight"

Art Exhibit by Meg McLean

Tack Room

          

     Bloomin' Okra                                                       The Nick

                     

Whiskers                                                                       The Purple Chair

 Meg McLean was born in New Canaan, CT and has lived in Columbia since 1964 with her husband Tom. McLean has been an award-winning painter since the mid 70s. Most recently, she won Best-in-Show at the 2014 Trenholm Artists Guild Juried Exhibit. Her work has been selected for numerous juried shows and traveling exhibits and is included in many private collections on the East Coast. McLean earned the bachelor's and master's degrees in art at the University of South Carolina, where she concentrated in painting and printmaking.

McLean retired from Columbia College in 2003 as Publications Designer. She has been active in the arts community for many years including 11 years as Superintendent of Fine Arts at the State Fair; president of the Artists Guild of Columbia; Board of Directors of the Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties; the South Carolina Watercolor Society; Trenholm Artists Guild; and the Artists Guild of South Carolina. She participates in a number of art benefits and has been a juror for various art exhibits in Columbia. McLean is represented by Portfolio Gallery in Columbia and Blythewood Art Center in Blythewood, S.C.

                                           

                                                      The Harbor

 

 

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Saturdays: 7:30 pm --10:00 pm on days when UU Coffeehouse has a show

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