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Two Koi by Megan Collins
The Jumping off Place by Megan Collins
Mahina by Megan Collins
The Newcomer by Megan Collins
Harlequin by Megan Collins
Steadfast by Megan Collins
Entwined Seahorses by Megan Collins
Cedric by Megan Collins
Swirling Scbool by Megan Collins
Best Buddies by Megan Collins
Chasing Tail by Megan Collins
Goldilocks by Megan Collins
Mokulea Moonrise by Megan Collins
Sleepy Cockatoo by Megan Collins
Curious as a Cat by Megan Collins
Light the Fuse by Megan Collins
North Shore Wave by Megan Collins
Dreaming of Home by Megan Collins
Ethereal Angels by Megan Collins
Family Portrait by Megan Collins
Three Kings by Megan Collins
Swans of the Sea by Megan Collins
Alohi by Megan Collins
Mele by Megan Collins
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About The Artist
Megan Collins didnâ€™t begin painting until after she moved to Hawaii. The tropical splendor and the fabulous profusion of colors she found everywhere she looked, created a hunger to create what she saw visually. It was then she realized that she was supposed to be painting, and has been painting ever since.
Megan was born in November of 1962 on a small island off the coast of Maine. Both her mother and grandfather were artists, and she began sketching at a young age. She grew up on stories of the Wyeth family from her brother who used to frequent Monhegan and is perhaps most strongly influenced by Jamie Wyeth and Peter Poskas whose artwork she has loved since she was a child.
Megan studied music for many years, beginning her first voice lessons when she was six, and piano at eight. A 1985 graduate of Dartmouth College, her major was in Geography and Education, and she also studied both art and music. Her creative gifts have flourished throughout her life through performances in both music and summer-stock theater, designing playbills, writing poetry and music, jewelry design, pottery, calligraphy, and, most recently, fine art.
Today, Megan lives on a 75-acre farm called Paradise Meadows, on the southern end of the Big Island of Hawaii. When she isnâ€™t painting, sheâ€™s busy working on the farm doing anything from fixing the roof to giving tours of the aquaponics and playing with her parrots.