about the artist
Meg Franklin is a Brooklyn-based painter originally from rural Northeast Georgia. She paints still lifes made up of objects that fall just short of identifiable. Reminiscent of everyday items, her objects feel recognizable, but ultimately have no known name or function. Franklin's current body of work uses geometrical enclosures and limited color palettes to isolate her objects into self-contained worlds. She has a MFA in painting from New York Academy of Art.