For over 25 years, watercolorist Meg Munro has been on a path of evolution. After studying at ASU to teach English as a second language in 1982, Meg visited Mexico to immerse herself in the culture there. Starting out on an intensive Spanish language course, she eventually settled there.
The three decades that followed would be very fruitful for Meg. She developed her style and a loyal fan base. In 2009, her hard work paid off when she won the Daniel Smith Artist Materials Merchandise Award and the American Artist’s Magazine Award in Puerto Vallarta. Meg is known for her attention to detail and her layering of colors that create the feeling of depth. Her signature glowing images use an underpainting technique to create an almost ‘stained glass’ effect, lighting up the bright colors and unique subjects of her work.