Meredith Bingham’s work comes from the intuitive, the irrational and the accidental in the creation of a work of art. The idea of building up and breaking down colour and form until it becomes recognizable and “feels” complete. Once it is finished she believes in letting the art stand on its own as an object of interest in its own right not as a representation of something else.
Meredith received her honours degree in Visual Arts from the University of Western Ontario. She currently shows at galleries in Toronto, Kelowna, Ottawa and Saskatoon. Her work is included in many private and corporate collections including designers Candice Olsen and Sarah Richardson. It has also been featured in issues of House and Home. You can also see her paintings in the movies Charlie Bartlett and Repossession Mambo coming out in 2009 with Jude Law.