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A creative young lady discovering what inspires her and determined to inspire others.
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An animated toddler with fire-engine-red hair sat in the studio proudly next to her Oma becoming mesmorized with the brush strokes & mixed pigments she created.

As soon as Meagan could hold a utensil firmly, Oma put her on stool & placed a stack of scrap paper & any medium you cound think of directly in front of her. Words weren't commonly used in the studio, only to critique or answer questions. But Meagan & her Oma had spent days with each other, being individually quite happy :) This became their routine for the next decade.

Meagan grew older, so did Oma. Oma became weak,…

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  • Born on March 15
  • Joined November 10, 2011

Favorite materials

Recycled Items, Misc Nik naks, Acrylics, Yarn, Beading, Graphite, Pastels and Oils, Wax, Watercolor, Magazine scraps, Photography, Vintage, Cut outs and MORE

About

A creative young lady discovering what inspires her and determined to inspire others.
........................................................

An animated toddler with fire-engine-red hair sat in the studio proudly next to her Oma becoming mesmorized with the brush strokes & mixed pigments she created.

As soon as Meagan could hold a utensil firmly, Oma put her on stool & placed a stack of scrap paper & any medium you cound think of directly in front of her. Words weren't commonly used in the studio, only to critique or answer questions. But Meagan & her Oma had spent days with each other, being individually quite happy :) This became their routine for the next decade.

Meagan grew older, so did Oma. Oma became weak, losing health but never losing her expressive passion. Meagan was only 11 when she was told to share her last words with Oma. Overwhelmed with the moment, Meagan knelt down by Oma's right ear, & whispered the first thing that came to mind, "Thank you for all the art lessons Oma. I love you."
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Oma would use what ever she could find to create, to express, to release. Even in her hospital bed she would use the paper napkins & styrofoam cups as canvas. The nurses would walk behind her with Magic Erasers!

These days, I am a freshly new High School Graduate & the most frugle 19-year-old you will ever know! I am proud to say that using my own money, I use a spacious attic, using it as my sleeping space but most importantly... as MY OWN STUDIO! :)

Enjoy all you Esty-goers!!

Thank you!
From your fellow artist,
Meagan Lopez.





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