Every Day Look At the Person In Front of You With Dignity, 2018 4 x 36 x 150 (variable depending on installation)
Donated worn jeans repurposed by cutting each pair of jeans into strips and hand knitted together into one piece. This soft sculpture is malleable and can change with each installation.
It Makes Me Want To Cry How Short I Fall, 2018 24" x 24" Oil painting on canvas.
We Don't Know What We Don't Know (Diversion), 2019 60" x 72" x 3"
Oil painting on canvas that has been unstretched, cut into one continuous strip and woven back onto the stretcher.
Megan Prince explores relationships through work in sculpture, site-specific installation, performance, paper and canvas. She has two bachelors’ degrees from University of Washington, Seattle and an MFA from Brooklyn College, CUNY, NY. Prince was a fellow at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY. Exhibiting nationally and internationally she has been awarded several grants and fellowships. Prince lives in Seattle with her husband and three children.