• On View May 31 - August 18, 2013

    My work will be on display this summer in the exhibition CHROMA at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids Michigan. I'm privileged to be included with such fantastic artists. It's going to be a great show!

    Follow this link for more information!
    http://uica.org/event/chroma-opening-reception/

  • On View April 2-26, 2013

    Just found out that Age of Concent was accepted into the 24th National Drawing & Print Exhibition at the Gormley Gallery, Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore Maryland. The exhibition will run April 2-26. More info to follow.

  • On View March 1-29, 2013

    Bizarre Love Triangle was accepted into the Kentucky National 2013 biennial! I just dropped of my piece and it's looking to be a great show. Lucky to be showing with so many talented people

    The sixth juried biennial Kentucky National is a survey of contemporary art in America hosted by The Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. The Eagle Gallery is pleased to announce Jill Dawsey, Associate Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, as Juror of Kentucky National 2013. Work will be on display March 1-29.

    www.murraystate.edu/Academics/CollegesD?

  • On View February 27, 2013–April 13, 2013

    My piece, Ceremony, is in the exhibition Drawing Out of Bounds: 2013 Wheaton Biennial!

    Wheaton's inaugural Biennial will showcase artists whose work explores the boundaries of drawing and pushes it into new territories. The work--including sculpture, video, printmaking, fiber arts, photography, installation, and traditional drawing using nontraditional materials--was selected by juror Judith Tannenbaum, curator of contemporary art a the RISD Museum of Art. The Wheaton Biennial is an example of Wheaton's open spirit of inquiry and a curriculum that emphasizes connections across disciplinary boundaries. February 27, 2013–April 13, 2013

    wheatoncollege.edu/gallery/2012/2013-wh?

  • Bio

    Megan Abajian creates densely layered mixed media collages that explore gluttony and beauty. She has exhibited in the Mid-West, East Coast, and Texas. She received her BFA in Studio Art from University of Texas at Austin and her MFA with a concentration in Painting at Indiana University, Bloomington. Megan currently lives and teaches in Bloomington, IN.