As an Artist and an Art Therapist I believe in the truth of the imagination. These images evoke Archetypal inner landscapes, reflecting my exploration of inner space, its dimensions and tensions. As inner and intimate landscapes, they reflect a sense of the immensity of the inner world which is so often ignored in our culture. In the words of the poet Rilke, "the world is large but in us it is deep as the sea."

My work as an artist arises from my training in art therapy where the creative process is the focus of exploration and the product is a reflection of the unconscious process –– modified by conscious seeing. These images reflect my adventure into the unknown landscapes of the psyche and the unexpected forms of the imagination.

Megan Sturges

Giclée Prints

The original landscapes are created in mixed media - a combination of collage and painting that blends and blurs the boundaries of the different mediums. In the final prints, the images become a seamless whole, rendered in archivally stable inks on fine quality etching paper.