Maegan Kirschner created The Artist's Circle Online Art Gallery as a platform for both emerging and established artists to share their work publicly. Unique themed calls for art will open opportunities for all mediums of work to be shared with collectors, galleries, and art admirers around the world.
Maegan is a mixed media artist whose work continues to inspire and amaze as she challenges herself to explore art as a bridge across the gaps in our society (gender, race, sexuality, economic inequality, and other social issues) in addition to the expression of emotion through the use of organic shapes and vibrant colors. Maegan's work has been featured in more than 55 art exhibits between March 2017 and January 2020.
Two of those shows (2017 and 2018) have been with the AASH - Arcadia Art Show in Tyler Texas. Click the link below to access the AASH Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/arcadiaartshow/photos/a.545344722336561/995651437305885/?type=3&theater
The third international art show that Maegan's work has been featured in is The Biennial Project Biennial 2019
at the Venice Biennale. The Project website describes this juried show as a "Biennial Project presents an open call to artists worldwide for The Biennial Project Biennial 2019 - an online juried biennial, with accepted work to be displayed on our website. In addition, all accepted work will be shown via a large screen digital presentation at a champagne reception to be held at the CENTRO CULTURALE DON ORIONE ARTIGIANELLI (https://www.donorione-venezia.it/home-en) in Venice during the Opening Press Week of The Venice Biennale 58".
Click on the link below to view the 2019 Venice Biennial Project page featuring all of the finalists submissions including Maegan's "The Wedding: The Dress: The Suit"
While exhibiting her work regionally and around the world Maegan also manages her own art studio, AMK Studio, and The Artist's Story Gallery.
Maegan had the distinct honor of serving as the Gallery Director of the TVAA (Texas Visual Arts Association) Art Gallery during 2018 and 2019. During that time she was responsible for leading the transition of the gallery out of an outdated office space into a remodeled gallery space featuring an industrial theme designed by Maegan personally. During this time the monthly juried art exhibits experienced tremendous growth, swelling from fewer than a dozen monthly submissions to more than 100 monthly submissions!