Megan Randall is a photographer and painter from Houston, Texas. She has taken part in many showcases, acquired commissions from patrons and has sold her work professionally. Her main focus is to look for the next opportunity to translate life experiences into art and tap into the emotions of people to express a theme. Her style is based primarily of women of all races and shapes, but also challenges perspectives of sexuality and civil rights issues. She loves to use multi-media concepts to depict bright vivid colors and meticulous detail. Many of her portraits include characteristics that challenge perspectives of physical imperfections. Another focus is in the use of texture and pattern in her paintings. She primarily takes her own reference photos as well as doing photoshoots for clients. Her inspiration is the goal of touching lives through invoking emotion and thoughtful new perspectives of issues that are in society today.
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