Megan Bray is an artist working and living in Denver, Colorado. She holds a BFA degree from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, where she was recipient of accolades for community, artistic, and educational achievement from faculty and peers for a proactive investment in her local art community. Her work is concerned with the relationship between self-expression and identity. In particular how past experiences, affinities, and openness to the unknown all correlate in creating one’s individuality, and in turn how that influences making art. By allowing ideas and concepts to inform the technique and materials, Bray initiates a handshake between her fantasy realms and the real world.
Cardboard, bandanas, acrylic paint, polyurethane resin (2019)
Yarn, balloon ribbon, clear vinyl, beanie baby purse, hot glue, spray-paint, light bulb, steel ball chain, coat hook, epoxy coating (2019)
MDF Board, house paint, chair legs, couch feet, stair railing, various found objects, air-dry clay (2019)
Towel, acrylic paint, epoxy coating, polyurethane resin, liquid latex, spray paint (2019)
Egg Beater, Faux Fur, Faux Leather, Wine Opener, Phone Charger, Vegetable Peeler, Candy Necklace, Form Injected Foam, Form Injected Poly-rubber (2018)
still from video (2018)