Meg Lubey


Meg Lubey is an artist from Buffalo, NY, currently studying painting and creative writing at theCleveland Institute of Art.

By intertwining traditional painting mediums with more unconventional materials such as spackle, embroidery floss, fabric, and other found objects, Lubey challenges conventions of painting while referencing domestic spaces and a DIY or kitsch aesthetic. Usually depicted through object and still life, Lubey's work incorporates and embeds memories and connections made during their childhood and adolescence. These chosen experiences exemplify the very human need to record or preserve memories/objects, as well as the need to connect with and relate to others.

Lubey's work has been shown in group exhibitions,Push and Pull at the Albright-Knox ArtGallery in Buffalo, NY and Coveted at Kaiser Galleryin Cleveland, OH. Most recently, Lubeyhas had two poems published in Stone Fruit Zine’s fourth issue,Ritual, one poem in Wax Nine'smonthly online journal, and one poem published inOrdinary, a collaborative, queer zine thatthey them-self organized, curated, and published.Ordinaryexists in partnership with the LGBTCenter of Greater Cleveland, benefitting their sex education program.



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