Megan enjoys pioneering new techniques in creating art and is inspired by repurposed and unconventional media. She freely tosses and carefully applies copier toner onto pronto plates, then manipulates the powder with brushes, erasers, and smudge tools to form her powdery images. She also builds her own canvases with repurposed coffee bags from local roasters and then draws on the knobbly surfaces with oil pastels. Megan enjoys working with these materials because it gives her art unique textures, colors and ways to express her visions.

Megan Morgan is a mixed media artist and graphic designer who was born in Illinois, and moved to Colorado in 1986. Megan graduated from Colorado State University in 1995 with a B.F.A. in Fine Art. Megan was hired as a junior designer at Monigle Associates in Denver, CO for 2-1/2 years, then moved to Steamboat Springs, CO for twelve years with her husband Jamie. There she started Strange Bird Designs in 1999, her self-owned graphic design business. In 2012, Jamie and Megan moved back down to the front range of Colorado and now own/operate Strange Bird Designs together in Louisville, CO.



I enjoy creating custom pieces. If you have an image that you would like me to create, please contact me and visit my website to view more coffee art prints online. Thank you.

2018 “Award of Excellence” in the 40 West Arts “Black, White & Metal Art Show”
2015 “Best of Show” Spring Louisville Art Association Member Show for “Meet Me at The Market”
2014 “3rd Place” Fall Louisville Art Association Member Show for “Tiny Dancers”

2019 Spring Denver Bazaar
2018 40 West Arts “Black, White, & Metal Art Show”
2016 Downtown Aspen, CO Art Festival
2015 Art On The Rockies – Edwards, CO
2015 Jackalope Art & Craft Fair – Denver, CO
2014 Downtown Boulder, CO Fall Festival Art Show
2014 ArtCrank – Breckenridge, CO
2014 Denver Art Festival @ Sloan’s Lake, CO
2014 ArtStir Denver, CO
2013 ArtCrank – Denver, CO
2012 Park City, UT Kimball Arts Festival

Creative Framing Gallery (May – June 2019) – Exhibiting NOW
Creative Framing Gallery (July – August 2017)
Gallery 1505 (January – June 2016)