Megan Coyle is an artist and illustrator who resides in the Washington, D.C. area. She takes common, everyday magazines and turns them into works of art. She creates portrait, animal, landscape, and still life collages.
Coyle has exhibited her artwork at the Ward Museum, Smithsonian Ripley Center, Art League Gallery, Krempp Gallery, and other galleries around the country. She has been internationally published in publications that include the Washington Post, Somerset Studio, and Papirmasse. Coyle is also the author and illustrator of the children’s book Duck & Fish.
In the Studio:
Birds are always a fun subject to tackle since there are so many different species out there. This particular collageRead more.
When I was growing up, turtles were one of my favorite animals. I remember I had a number of turtleRead more.
Mark and Sophie
“Mark and Sophie” is a portrait that I was commissioned to make for the wife of a former boss ofRead more.
Resources for Artists & Creatives:
How to Build a Wall of Positivity for Your Creative Self
As a creative, it’s easy for my confidence and self-esteem to take a hit from time to time. I amRead more.
Top 10 Things to do When You’re in a Creative Rut
I was recently in a bit of a creative rut. I was feeling uninspired and noticed that my attitude aboutRead more.
Interviews & Talks:
The Ongoing Discouragement Factor
I’ve been told that as a kid, I used to draw an abnormal amount. I’d spend hours with coloring booksRead more.
Why I am an Artist
“Why are you an artist?” I get asked this question a lot, and every time I hear it, I’m alwaysRead more.
The Adventures of Bosty:
Bosty goes to SFMOMA
While visiting San Francisco, Bosty decided to check out the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He especially wanted toRead more.
Bosty goes to San Francisco (Again!)
Bosty went to San Francisco again so he could escape the humidity on the East Coast. He decided to start hisRead more.
Bosty goes to the National Gallery
Bosty wanted to explore one of the museums in the Washington, DC area, so he decided to stop by theRead more.