Artists are often asked what prompted them to first pick up a paintbrush. For Victoria born Megan Evans, it was two-fold – not only was it a channel for self expression, but also a therapeutic means of coping with chronic pain and depression.
Megan Evans: A Decade of Creative Sparks, running from October 2nd to October 13th portrays the beauty of nature and Megan’s sense of self-discovery – the positive things in life. Although she first started to create art as a child, it became even more important to her as a
teen when she was diagnosed with Spondylolisthesis, a spinal disease. To this day, Megan says that while art has certainly enriched her life, it is a critical part of her day-to-day activities.
On Saturday, October 5th from 1 to 3, you will have the opportunity to talk to Megan in person at the Meet-the-Artist Reception and learn more about not only her art and all the venues in which she has shown, but also her books because, yes, Megan is also co-author of a couple of historical romances. Talk about multi-talented!
Operated by the Society for Arts on the South Island (SASI), whose mission statement is to nurture British Columbia arts and culture … through the production and support of showcases of fine art and craft, the provision of arts education programmes, public performances, and special community cultural events, Coast Collective is looking forward to hosting this show.