Megan Bogonovich, Sculptor, Concord
Megan Bogonovich arrived in New Hampshire in 2004. She holds an MFA in Ceramics from the University of Montana and received her BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She maintains a studio in Concord and works as an adjunct professor at the local community college.
Recent exhibits include The McCoy Gallery at Merrimack College, Sante Fe Clay, The Renegade Gallery in Chicago, The Kohler Art Center, and Artstream in Rochester New Hampshire. She took part in the International exhibit "Fragiles" organized by Die Gestalten Verlag, and can be found in the corresponding book. She was a summer resident at The Archie Bray Foundation and assisted at two Haystack Mountain School of Craft workshops.
Receiving a fellowship from the Arts Council helped Megan improve her presence on the internet. The website www.meganbogonovich.com was created and her online shop www.melabo.etsy.com showcases her line of slip cast figurines.
Of her work she says, “The sculptures combine naturalistic and abstracted imagery to suggest the possibility of the real and the imagined cohabitating.” She says she creates her sculptures in order to "present scenarios about the comforts and limitations of our personal worlds”.
to 2008 Fellows page
July 29, 2010