Meghan Geliza Jackson is an Auckland-based visual and installation artist.
Her practice is formally about union, connection and oneness, explored through investigations of sacred geometry, fractals in nature, universal philosophies, ancient feminine wisdom lineages and dichotomies from within nature and humans.
Her work visually investigates the idea of the whole and its subsequent dichotomies through the interplay of texture and colour. Equilibrium and harmony are conveyed amidst visual disparity to help suspend the logical mind, so one can access the intuitive.
The work then, aims to deepen our sense of being part of a greater whole. Meghan has exhibited and worked on commissions in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Italy, the US and the UK. Her work has manifested as paintings, fine art prints, murals and participatory public installations.