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Megan Mueller Resists the Drought

24 Jun 2015 10:28 AM | Anonymous

Last month, we filled you in on Drought Resistant, a summer series tackling the lack of local show space for contemporary art. It’s already time for the second installment, a solo show set to open on July 2 at Courtney Jane Miller Landscape Architecture in downtown Santa Barbara.

Megan Meuller

July’s exhibit will feature the work of Megan Mueller, a talented and innovative local sculptor. Mueller builds creative constructions using any and every medium—as long as an element is brimming with vibrant colors or patterns, it’s fair game. Mueller infuses her work with character, revealing her sense of humor and creativity through her art. These often surprising creations are sure to delight and amuse viewers throughout the month of July (and beyond).

It was Mueller who conceived the name “Drought Resistant” in the series’ nascence, and her strong body of work shows her passion and dedication to contemporary art. Originally hailing from rural Virginia, Mueller attended schools on the East Coast before earning her MFA at UCSB. Recently, she has shown in such galleries as the Long Beach Arts Exchange, Shangrila, UCSB’s Glass Box Gallery and (e)merge Art Fair with Transformer Gallery. 

Come to the opening on July 2 from 5-8pm and enjoy complimentary refreshments as you browse Mueller’s show. CJM::LA is located at 300 East Canon Perdido Street, #C-2. 

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