Entranced by a life off the beaten path, Twenty four year old Toronto based artist, Megan Oldhues, has spent the last 8 years exploring societies’ underbelly. While developing a love for street art and graffiti in high school, she began to teach herself how to spray paint under bridges. Her unique perspective has since driven her to dive into works of realistic nature in unique spaces by blending her formal artistic interests with graffiti. Drawn to natural colour palettes, Meg’s work is often visually reflective of her own surroundings and pays tribute to the figures, objects and moments that encompass the human condition. She hopes to give weight to the seemingly insignificant by portraying the beauty an alternative view has to offer. Megan also painted a BUMP 2022 mural on the Beltline, which can be seen here.