Megan Pflug’s recent large-scale works on paper are inspired by fashion, poster art, minimalism, and avant-garde utopian art making traditions. She combines graphic textile inspired patterns with digitally manipulated images to explore the common ground that exists between figuration and abstraction. By utilizing materials such as Xerox ink transfers and drawing form a wide variety of “high” and “low” source materials her “collages” attempt to elevate craft, and reference the history of painting. Megan Lives and works in New York City. She has an MFA from Columbia University and BA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Megan has exhibited in New York, Chicago, and Washington DC.