Meg Cranston is a Californian artist, born in 1960, who is dedicated to sculpture, painting and writing. She has exhibited internationally since 1988. She studied a BA in Anthropology and Sociology, graduating in 1982 and a Master of Arts at the Institute of California in 1986. Cranston believes that art enables abstract concepts and problems, love, death, power, and virtually anything, become tangible. Currently, Meg is Chair of Fine Arts at Otis College of Art and Design. In 1991 she created a huge vinyl balloon, which we seemed important to share with you. This piece was part of The Pleasure of Obvious Problems, an exhibition held in 2007.
Source and images: ©Meg Cranston, ©Galerie Michael Janseen