Meg Aubrey’s work examines the iconic suburban environment and its effects on the individuals who inhabit it. Her subjects are pared down and scrutinized to reveal a disquieting psychological isolation present within these seemingly idyllic planned communities.
Meg Aubrey has a MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design. She is an Assistant Professor of Art at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi.
EDUCATION M.F.A. Savannah College of Art and Design - Atlanta, GA B.F.A. Rhode Island School of Design - Providence, R.I.
SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2018 Surface - Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX 2012 Domiciled – Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA 2009 Home Sweet Home - Milliken Gallery, Converse College, Spartanburg, SC 2009 I Just Live Here - Encore Series - ACA Gallery, Atlanta / Pei Ling Chan Gallery, Savannah, GA 2009 I Just Live Here - Gallery Stokes, Atlanta, GA
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITION 2019 Confluence:TAMUCC Faculty Biennial -Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX 53rd Annual Drawing & Small Sculpture Show - Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX Bellingham National Juried Exhibition -Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA Valdosta National 2019 - Dedo Maranville Fine Arts Gallery: Valdosta University, Valdosta, GA 2018 Small Matters - Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, CO Presenting Women - Gallery Walk at Terminus, Atlanta, GA reCollection: TAMUCC Faculty Exhibition - Islander Gallery, Corpus Christi, TX Home Tour - Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA El Dia de los Muertos - Kspace Contemporary, Corpus Christi, TX Third Coast Biennial - Kspace Contemporary, Corpus Christi, TX Oso Bay Biennial - Islander Gallery, Corpus Christi, TX Emerging Artist Exhibition - Museum of Arts and Science, Macon, GA
2017 Red Clay Survey - Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL American Dream - Space Contemporary, Corpus Christi, TX The Game Show - Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, GA Tidal Shift - Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX Freedom of Expression - Cape Cod Museum of Art, Hyannis, MA La Merienda - Islander Gallery, Corpus Christi, TX The Art of Healthy Living - Fulton County Arts Council, Atlanta, GA 51st annual Drawing & Small Sculpture Show - Delmar College, Corpus Christi, TX Assistance League of Huston Celebrates Texas Art 2017 - Houston, TX
2016 The December Show - Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA The Imaginary Million - WonderRoot, Atlanta, GA The Artist is in the Building - Islander Gallery, Corpus Christi, TX Delta Sky Club - Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, GA Little Things Mean A Lot - Swan Couch House Gallery, Atlanta, GA Tiny Universe - Gallery Indigo, Athens, GA Storytellers, Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, TN Art of Georgia Exhibition, State Capital Building, Atlanta, GA Small Works Exhibition: Lemonade Stand Gallery, Key West, FL Where Are We Going – Mint Gallery, Atlanta, GA Painting and Seeing - University of North Carolina, Willmington, NC
2015 LAST EXIT: Painting - The Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami FL A Sense of Place, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta GA Landfall – Gustein Gallery, Savannah, GA The Raconteurs – Terminus Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2014 Fantastical Minds – Gallery Walk at Terminus, Atlanta, GA Tiny Universe – Galley Indigo, Athens, GA Selfie: A Contemporary Look at the Self Portrait – Chastain Arts Center, Atlanta, GA SCORE: Artists in Overtime – Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta, GA Community Supports Artists Project – Wonderrroot, Atlanta GA
2013 The World All Around – Gallery Indigo, Athens, GA E-merge: Contemporary Atlanta Artists – Hartsfield Jackson Airport, Atlanta, GA The December Show – Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2012 A Sense of Place – Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA Intersection of Gender and Place – Eugenia Summer Gallery, Mississippi University for Women, Columbus, MS Duets – Terminus 200 Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2011 Small Wonders – MFA Circle Gallery, Annapolis, MD Aqua Art - Whitespace Gallery , Miami Beach, FL Homebound – Fe Arts Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA Dog Days – Galley Walk at Terminus, Atlanta, GA The Contemporary Figure - Swan Coach House, Atlanta, GA After the Suburbs - Kiang Gallery, Atlanta, GA Rising Movers & Shakers of the Georgia Art Scene - Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta,GA
2010 The December Show - Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA Small Works - Gutstein Gallery, Savannah, GA The Price is Right - Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, GA Hand to Hand Project - traveling exhibition Unconventional Portraiture - Terminus, Atlanta, GA Burb - Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
2009 The Ones to Watch - Alan Avery Art Co., Atlanta, GA Emerging Artists - Spruill Gallery, Atlanta, GA The Guard and the Vanguard - Bill Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, GA Contemporary Art for Modern Times - Johns Creek Arts Center, Johns Creek, GA
2008 Post-Petroleum - Sheppard Fine Art Gallery at the Univ. of Nevada, Reno Wish You Were Here - A.I.G. Gallery, NY, NY Sweet Fried - Defoor Center, Atlanta, GA On the Edge - Vaknin Gallery, Atlanta,GA
2007 Louvre Project - High Museum of Art. Atlanta, GA Case Studies - Defoor Center, Atlanta, GA Fresh Blood - Mason Murer, Atlanta, GA Alexander Ink - Savannah, GA
REVIEWS AND PUBLICATIONS 2016 Jerry Waters - Storytellers: Nashville Arts Magazine, August 2016 The Culture Trip - “The 10 Artist From The Southern States You Should Know”
2014 Dinah McClintock – www.artsatl.com, “Selfie”, July 2014 Mary McDonald – Burnaway, “SCORE: Artist in Overtime”, March 2014 Felica Feaster – Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Exhibit teams artist, athlete”, February 2014 Howard Posner – Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Exhibit on sports obsession seeks to score new fans”, January 2014 Muriel Vega – CommoncreativATL, “A few words with artist Meg Aubrey”, January 2014
2013 Burnaway: Talking Heads: Suburbia and Its Discontents, April 2013 Hazel Borys - Planetizen: Atlanta Artist Paints Suburban Ennui, April 2013
2012 Felicia Feaster – Atlanta Journal Constitution, “ Artist Depicts Boom, Bust”, Sept 2012 Jerry Cullum – www,artatl.com, “Meg Aubrey Limns an Uneasy Suburbia”, Sept 2012 Jerry Abernathy – ARTSpeak on AM 1690: Meg Aubrey’s Domicied at Whitespace Galley, Sept 2012 Jason Parker – Art Relish on blip.tv, Domiciled, Sept, 2012
2011 Hicks, Cullum and Fox – Noplaceness:Art in a Post-Urban Landscape Kurt Shaw – Pittsburg Tribune-Review, “Homebound”, May 2011 Felicia Feaster – Contemporary Figure, ArtsCriticATL, March 2011 Cinque Hicks – After the Suburbs, Creative Loafing, February 2011
2010 Felicia Feaster - The Atlantan, “Sprawl on the Wall”, Sept/Oct Issue p.54, 2010
2009 Jeremy Abernathy - Creative Loafing, “Ones to Watch ATL”, August, 2009 Catherine Fox - www.artscriticATL.com, “Emerging Artists at Spruill Gallery”, July, 2009 Felicia Feaster - Art Papers, “Meg Aubrey”, April, 2009 Cinque Hicks - Creative Loafing, “White Space”, February, 2009 Laura Ann Meyers - www.bigredandshiney.com , issue 100, February, 2009
2008 Felicia Feaster - Creative Loafing, ”SCAD on the Edge”, March 2008
AWARDS 2016 Artist Award: Freedom of Expression, Cape Cod Museum of Art 2016 Artist Award: Painting and Seeing, University of North Carolina 2015 Artist Award: A Sense of Place, Gertrude Herbert Institute 2010 Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award, Finalist - 2011 2009 Encore Series Award - The Best MFA Thesis Exhibitions – Savannah College of Art and Design 2009 Hambidge Residency Award - Fulton County Arts Council 2008 Artropolis - Chicago Travel Award - Savannah College of Art and Design 2005 Artistic Honors Scholarship - Savannah College of Art and Design
WORK EXPERIENCE 2016 –Present Assistant Professor of Art – Texas A&M University Corpus Christi 2009 – 2016 Adjunct Professor - Savannah College of Art and Design
COMMUNITY ART PROJECTS 2018 The Bottom Line Mural: Art Center of CorpusChristi, TX: Designed mural in celebration of the Youth Sailing World Championships 2015 Wonderroot: CSA Advisory Committee Season 6 2014 Wonderroot Season 3 Artist: Created 40 original works of art to be sold as shares to the community 2014 The Salvation Army Kroc Center, Atlanta, GA: Designed and painted a mural at the center in conjunction with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia 2013 The Boys and Girls Clubs of Atlanta: Created two door murals as part of the “75 Doors Project” to benefit and celebrate the organizations anniversary.