This year was my first year participating in Vancouver's East Side Culture Crawl. I'm so glad that I could finally be a part of it. I'm usually a spectator, but this year since I recently moved into my new studio space at Triumph Ant Studios I finally got to be a part of it. It was so nice to meet new fans, catch up with the fans that have been with me for years, and have a weekend of hanging out with my studio mates.
Here are my studio mates that also participated in the Crawl
A big thanks to the Georgia Straight for doing an awesome little write up on my work. It reads…
Hearts, surf, and skulls emblazon jewellery at the Crawl
Artist Megan Majewski describes her work best when she dubs it “cute ’n’ creepy”. She’s best known for her bizarre paintings of zombie girls, who now haunt vintage-look, ornate oval-frame pendants under hand-poured resin.
Must-Have Piece: Check out the vampire-like Violet portrait. The Ringmaster Skull Necklace, with his candy-cane-striped tophat and a bony hand hanging from the delicate chain, is eerily excellent, too.
Target Crawler: Low-brow-art nuts and Evanescence fans with a Tim Burton fixation.
Here is what my little space looked like during the crawl.
Thanks again everyone who had a chance to drop by!