Meg aubrey

               

RESUME

 

Education

M.F.A. Savannah College of Art and Design - Atlanta, GA

B.F.A. Rhode Island School of Design - Providence, R.I.

Solo Exhibitions

2012 Domiciled – Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2009 Home Sweet Home - Milliken Gallery, Converse College, Spartanburg, SC

2009 I Just Live Here - Encore Series - ACA Gallery, Atlanta / Pei Ling Chan Gallery, Savannah

2009 I Just Live Here - Gallery Stokes, Atlanta, GA

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016 Art of Georgia Exhibition, State Capital Building, Atlanta, GA

Small Works Exhibition: Lemonade Stand Gallery, Key West, FL

Where Are We Going – Mint Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Painting and Seeing - University of North Carolina, Willmington, NC

2015 LAST EXIT: Painting - The Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami FL

A Sense of Place, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta GA

Landfall – Gustein Gallery, Savannah, GA

The Raconteurs – Terminus Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2014 Fantastical Minds – Gallery Walk at Terminus, Atlanta, GA

Tiny Universe – Galley Indigo, Athens, GA

Selfie: A Contemporary Look at the Self Portrait – Chastain Arts Center, Atlanta, GA

SCORE: Artists in Overtime – Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta, GA

Community Supports Artists Project – Wonderrroot, Atlanta GA

2013 The World All Around – Gallery Indigo, Athens, GA

E-merge: Contemporary Atlanta Artists – Hartsfield Jackson Airport, Atlanta, GA

The December Show – Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2012 A Sense of Place – Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA

Intersection of Gender and Place – Eugenia Summer Gallery, Mississippi University for Women, Columbus, MS

Duets – Terminus 200 Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2011 Small Wonders – MFA Circle Gallery, Annapolis, MD

Aqua Art - Whitespace Gallery , Miami Beach, FL

Homebound – Fe Arts Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

Dog Days – Galley Walk at Terminus, Atlanta, GA

The Contemporary Figure - Swan Coach House, Atlanta, GA

After the Suburbs - Kiang Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Rising Movers & Shakers of the Georgia Art Scene - Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia

2010 The December Show - Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Small Works - Gutstein Gallery, Savannah, GA

The Price is Right - Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Hand to Hand Project - traveling exhibition

Unconventional Portraiture - Terminus, Atlanta, GA

Burb - Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH

2009 The Ones to Watch - Alan Avery Art Co., Atlanta, GA

Emerging Artists - Spruill Gallery, Atlanta, GA

The Guard and the Vanguard - Bill Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, GA

Contemporary Art for Modern Times - Johns Creek Arts Center, Johns Creek, GA

2008 Post-Petroleum - Sheppard Fine Art Gallery at the Univ. of Nevada, Reno

Wish You Were Here - A.I.G. Gallery, NY, NY

Sweet Fried - Defoor Center, Atlanta, GA

On the Edge - Vaknin Gallery, Atlanta,GA

2007 Louvre Project - High Museum of Art. Atlanta, GA

Case Studies - Defoor Center, Atlanta, GA

Fresh Blood - Mason Murer, Atlanta, GA

Alexander Ink - Savannah, GA

Reviews and Publications

2016 “The 10 Artist From The Southern States You Should Know”, The Culture Trip, 2016

2014 Dinah McClintock – www.artsatl.com, “Selfie”, July 2014

Mary McDonald – Burnaway, “SCORE: Artist in Overtime”, March 2014

Felica Feaster – Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Exhibit teams artist, athlete”, February 2014

Howard Posner – Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Exhibit on sports obsession seeks to score new fans”, January 2014

Muriel Vega – CommoncreativATL, “A few words with artist Meg Aubrey”, January 2014

2013 Burnaway: Talking Heads: Suburbia and Its Discontents, April 2013

Hazel Borys - Planetizen: Atlanta Artist Paints Suburban Ennui, April 2013

2012 Felicia Feaster – Atlanta Journal Constitution, “ Artist Depicts Boom, Bust”, Sept 2012

Jerry Cullum – www,artatl.com, “Meg Aubrey Limns an Uneasy Suburbia”, Sept 2012

Jerry Abernathy – ARTSpeak on AM 1690: Meg Aubrey’s Domicied at Whitespace Galley, Sept 2012

Jason Parker – Art Relish on blip.tv, Domiciled, Sept, 2012

2011 Hicks, Cullum and Fox – Noplaceness:Art in a Post-Urban Landscape

Kurt Shaw – Pittsburg Tribune-Review, “Homebound”, May 2011

Felicia Feaster – Contemporary Figure, ArtsCriticATL, March 2011

Cinque Hicks – After the Suburbs, Creative Loafing, February 2011

2010 Felicia Feaster - The Atlantan, “Sprawl on the Wall”, Sept/Oct Issue p.54, 2010

2009 Jeremy Abernathy - Creative Loafing, “Ones to Watch ATL”, August, 2009

Catherine Fox - www.artscriticATL.com, “Emerging Artists at Spruill Gallery”, July, 2009

Felicia Feaster - Art Papers, “Meg Aubrey”, April, 2009

Cinque Hicks - Creative Loafing, “White Space”, February, 2009

Laura Ann Meyers - www.bigredandshiney.com , issue 100, February, 2009

2008 Felicia Feaster - Creative Loafing, ”SCAD on the Edge”, March 2008

Awards

2010 Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award, Finalist - 2011

2009 Encore Series Award - The Best MFA Thesis Exhibitions – Savannah College of Art and Design

2009 Hambidge Residency Award - Fulton County Arts Council

2008 Artropolis - Chicago Travel Award - Savannah College of Art and Design

2005 Artistic Honors Scholarship - Savannah College of Art and Design

Work Experience

2009 – Present Adjunct Professor of Foundations Studies - Savannah College of Art and Design

Community Art Projects

2015 Wonderroot: CSA Advisory Committee Season 6

2014 Wonderroot Season 3 Artist: Created 40 original works of art to be sold as shares to the community

2014 The Salvation Army Kroc Center, Atlanta, GA: Designed and painted a mural at the center in conjunction with

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia

2013 The Boys and Girls Clubs of Atlanta: Created two door murals as part of the “75 Doors Project” to benefit and

celebrate the organizations anniversary.

 

STATEMENT

 

Can place and its surroundings dictate how people dress, think and behave? I act as a viewer within my own community to analyze the behaviors of the residence and record the activities and emotions that I see. The planned communities of suburbia have become my laboratory where I scrutinize daily activities and behaviors, asking questions about how this chosen lifestyle can rob people of their individualism under the facade of beauty, order and security.  My work examines a society that has created an army of followers desperate to portray their lives as perfect, controlled and successful while hiding the realities and complexities of daily modern existence.