About the Artist

My name is Megan Levacy. I am a mixed media artist and an Assistant Professor of Art at Georgia State University, Perimeter College, in Atlanta, GA. This blog is intended as an ongoing account of my studio practice and artistic process. Although my work is varied in both media and execution, the central concept connecting the pieces I create is a search for identity and place. As I move through life I inhabit different internal and external landscapes; the ways in which I engage with each reflects a bit about who I am and how I see myself positioned within a larger picture. I document these moments of interaction as a way to learn more about myself and in doing so I hope to contribute to a greater understanding of the shared human experience.



7 thoughts on “About the Artist

  1. Thanks for posting your favorite (ongoing I am sure) websites. I am about to build my own and am scrolling through various sites to see what i like, what seems to be current etcetc. and mundane things like how the popups work and what does animation do for and against you. Time it takes to load, redundancy or confusion…….Wordpress itself is a lovely place to visit, and I enjoyed your work as well.

  2. Hi Megan, I am not sure that this is where I should ask my question. I have a used Rapidograph Humidified revolving selector. Could you give me some hints on how to use it. I have been drawing with Rapidographs for over 40 years and always wanted one of these gadgets. Thank you, Edmund Wright, Trinidad, CA.

    • Hi Megan. I got an instruction PDF instruction sheet for the humidifier from DickBlick. I could send it to you if you want. If you do send me an appropriate e-mail address. Thanks, Edmund.

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