Megan Jefferson is a painter and has been actively creating work ever since receiving her BFA from Miami University in 1998. She has exhibited extensively, regionally and sells her work to designers and individual patrons.
Megan’s work shifts in theme depending on the series. She loves to create pieces that have a focus on color-based abstraction.
This fascination and innate personal connection to color is present in both her past and present work. She describes the process of her work in this way: “I let the process define the artwork and describe my working process as a dance and conversation. I place down some color, and as certain areas and shapes evolve I will “answer” those happenings with additive or subtractive methods. This dance continues until each painting feels right. The result is thoughtful, intuitive, spontaneous and reflective.”
Megan currently focuses on landscapes as a theme for her work. The broad area of color inspires her as she creates moods, visually. Each painting captures a moment in time and space that speaks to both imaginative and real places.
Corey Jefferson holds a BFA from Miami University with a focus in both ceramics and printmaking and an MFA from the University of Cincinnati, with a focus in ceramic sculpting. He is currently a Ceramics Instructor at the Herron School of Art, Indianapolis University Purdue University, at Indianapolis (IUPUI).
He has shown work extensively in locally, regionally and nationally.
His work is primarily made up of found objects, metal and ceramic. Recent bodies of work include African-inspired sculpture and “Urban Fossils.”