What better way to show how art can brighten up an office space than by see the work on display at partners JasonL, innovative purveyors of premium office furniture store. For Spring, we’ve shared vibrant pieces by Abigail Reisner & Meagan Myers.
To purchase any of these pieces, brighten up your home, and support a local, Melbourne artist, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the artwork.
Abigail Reisner has always found consolation and inspiration in the creative process. Her experience completing Bachelor of Fine arts at RMIT, immersed in a world with other artists who shared common aspirations and dreams, significantly defined her emerging identity as an artist. These days Abigail rides the waves in which her creativity comes to her, whether that’s working non-stop in her studio for hours on end, or not even being able to think about art.
Cellular – Abigail Reisner
Gouache on watercolour paper – 56x77cm – $600
Meagan Myers is a self-taught artist, neonatal intensive care nurse, wife and mother. Meagan has always held a strong interest in art and a love for all things creative. It has only been recently, that she has moved from poetry to visual art. Art helps Meagan shut down the analytical, logical, and academic parts of her brain, allowing her to escape to her ‘art mind’ where she thrives.
Meagan produces art by throwing, tipping, mixing, swirling, scraping and manipulating paint and other flowing mediums. When what she’s produced finally satisfies her inner perfectionist – a difficult task, she feels refreshed, rejuvenated and fulfilled.
Turbulence (left) and Night Sky (right) – Meagan Myers
High flow acrylic and pouring medium on canvas – 51x51cm – $240
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