Meg has been an artist for most of her life, winning numerous awards including Highly Commended to Best in Show.
She has been an Archibald Art Prize entrant twice and commissioned many times for her art.
Michael Long was her first Archibald subject, one of the most recognised Aboriginal footballers who played AFL for the Essendon Football club. A champion for Aboriginal causes who in 2004 walked from Melbourne to Canberra to personally meet with the then Prime Minister John Howard to discuss his concerns. Michael was nominated for the 2019 Australian of the Year.
Meg has always championed a fair go for Australians and following her connection with Michael she realised she needed to lift the profile of our Aboriginal women. Travelling throughout Australia, Meg painted 30 portraits ranging from the “Long Grassers” in Darwin to the Elders and Leaders in Melbourne, which were then exhibited at the Victorian Artists’ Society and Melbourne Federation Square. These exhibitions were opened by Michael Long, Aunty Caroline Briggs and opera singer Deborah Cheetham.
Meg also painted 30 portraits of veteran military personnel from WWI, WWII, Korea and Vietnam Wars, which were exhibited at the Shrine of Remembrance for ANZAC day in 2005 and the Stonnington Town Halls. One of these portraits now hangs at the MCG.
Meg has exhibited at two St. Kilda Galleries, World Trade Centre ,Gas Works , Malvern Artists' Society and many Rotary Exhibitions and Mission for Seaman Gallery.
Meg currently teaches privately in her South Yarra studio inspiring her students to exhibit their work, with some now winning awards.
Meg is passionate about her art and likes to tell a story or a mood that is then reflected through her work.