Meg Fitzpatrick, a Dallas-based contemporary artist, is known for her sense of color, textures and abstract paintings where an undercurrent of shapes, people and hidden stories is suggested. Her more figurative work puts a modern twist on current events
Her contemporary art work has been shown in group shows at Gerald Peters Gallery, Barry Whistler, 5 X 7 at Tally Dunn and the McKinney Avenue Contemporary (MAC). She had a one-person show at Florida art space, John Carl, where she received excellent reviews from respected art critic, Marty Fugate. Collections include Omni Hotel Dallas Convention Center, Boston Children’s Hospital, United Nations and private
collections across the United States, London and the Caribbean.
From 1998 – 2001, she received studio art training at the Meadows School for the Arts, SMU in Dallas. She has Masters Degrees from Columbia University and the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Program, where she was the recipient of a Dupont Fellowship. Her undergraduate degree is from Boston University with a BA in American
She is actively involved in the Dallas-Fort Worth art community, as Co-chair of the Executive Committee for the Nasher Sculpture Center’s Avant-Garde Society, a Board of Directors member for the Dallas Architecture Forum, and a Dallas Center for Architecture docent giving monthly walking tours of the Dallas Arts District.