Meg Wroe

Meg Wroe

Meg Wroe is a painter, most recently of urban landscapes using oil on canvas.

Through her work, she wants to show a sense of wonder in the midst of the urban sprawl, like the way chimneys glow in the evening sun.

Meg has also re-interpreted the Russian Icon – Trinity, after Rublev, which was used in St Paul’s Cathedral service celebrating Black and Minority Ethnic Saints, 2016.

She has exhibited in solo and group shows and delivered art workshops in Bethlehem, South Africa and Brazil and is currently doing post-graduate studies at the Art Academy, London.