I have always had two fundamental interests in life: art and nature, both of them intimately related. My surreal imagery reflects the connection between humans and nature, with strong emphasis on elements like texture, line, and contrast. Whether I am working in mixed media, acrylic, or sculpture my goal is to represent harmony with nature, both directly and indirectly.


    Megan Cash was born in 1989 in Webster, TX and currently lives and works in Houston, TX. She received her Associate of Arts Degree from San Jacinto College in 2012, and her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Houston-Clear Lake in 2016.

    While attending college, Cash participated in many group exhibitions around Houston. In 2012 she was in the 2012 Art Students Competitive Exhibition at San Jacinto College, and competed in the 12th Houston Area Community College Student Art Exhibition. That same year she received the San Jacinto College Student Academic Award, and was selected for a gallery internship at the San Jacinto College Art Gallery.

    During her time at the University of Houston-Clear Lake she co-curated the student exhibition Outside the Beltway – UHCL Transfer Show, and participated in UHCL Art – New Art from the University of Houston-Clear Lake, another student exhibition. In 2016 she competed and won first place in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition at the University of Houston-Clear Lake for her body of work. It was also here that she gained teaching experience as a teacher’s assistant in drawing, painting, and life drawing courses. Throughout her academic career Cash became a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, Phi Kappa Phi, and the Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement for her academic achievements. She graduated in 2016 with honors and at the top of her class.

    Megan Cash is a versatile artist and does not limit herself to any one medium. Ranging from charcoal, watercolor, acrylic, paper-mache and photography, she enjoys exploring and experimenting with new materials. Her surreal subject matter represents balance and harmony between humans and nature.