Collection: Meg Walsh

Former National Geographic editor and prolific painter, Meg Walsh, has an eye for the lush hues that dapple the world around us. Painting full-time since 2004, Walsh has honed her craft over the last eighteen years and earned several accolades and awards for her work. A member of the American Impressionist Society, her paintings are masterful examples of impressionist and postimpressionist color schemes. Walsh’s command of these techniques elevates her work into dreamy renditions evoking the nostalgia of a life lived with rose-colored lenses. Dripping with dimension and life, Walsh welcomes viewers into a moment and invites them to share in mindful appreciation of the space around them. R.H. Ballard Gallery has been proud to continue hosting Walsh’s artwork for more than a decade. Her work is also featured in museums and private collections, showcasing her plein-air landscapes, animals, and still life paintings. Walsh earned a place in the book 100 Plein Air Painters of the Mid-Atlantic, as well as awards from juried plein-air competitions, cementing her prowess amongst great artists in the region