Megan Stein is a visual artist and printmaker currently living in Edmonton, Alberta. Her practice often starts with drawing and encompasses collage, relief, silkscreen and typography. She uses repetition, comparisons, concealment and distraction as tools to create visual dissonance and a disruption of clarity to inform the visual perception of her work.
Megan earned her BFA in 2013 from the University of Alberta and since then has held Emerging Artist in Residence at SNAP (2012-2013), Printmaking Practicum at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (2016-2017), SNAP Secretary for the Board of Directors (2014-2016), and is currently the Printshop Chair/ Director on the SNAP Board of Directors. She has exhibited her prints, zines, books, videos and drawings across North America at: Harris-Warke Gallery (Upcoming, Red Deer), Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (Banff), The Works Gallery (Edmonton), University of Alberta (Edmonton), Art Metropol (Toronto), SNAP (Edmonton), Parade Gallery (Edmonton) and 410 Project (Mankato, Minnesota).