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Meg Simons began painting at the age of ten
years old. She is a founding member of the
Palette Art League, and currently serves as a
director. Meg is always the first one to volunteer to
face paint at various fund raising events. Her
favorite medium is oil paints on canvas with a
palette knife. She prefers to paint people
(especially children) and animals, but will paint
anything, when the mood hits. She has even
painted a study in feet, children's feet, of course.
Meg sold her first painting at age 13. She was selected to exhibit her art in the Barrett Hamilton Young
Artist Exhibit at the Arkansas Art Center in little Rock, while still in high school. Meg grew up in the Ozarks,
and lives with her husband, Doc Roger and son in Bull Shoals, Arkansas. Meg feels that painting is a
natural way of relieving the stress of the day to day grind of life and makes life far more enjoyable,
interesting and enriching.
She and her husband collect art of all kinds from local, American Indian; to the unusual pieces they pick up
on their travels.