We met Dallas native Megan Adams (www.meganadamstextiles.com) several months ago and were immediately impressed with her beautiful, creative designs. Megan is a working fiber artist and fabric designer who has had her own clothing line and has completed several commissioned works including custom paintings, custom painted wine glasses, and custom printed fabrics. She also creates her own line of one-of a-kind fabrics for use in both the fashion and interior luxury markets. Working with designers and clients, Megan can create and produce unique fabrics for home textiles, apparel, or their own product line. Her designs are inspired by patterns and textures in the natural world and then the imagery is repeated in an unexpected, organic manner. Depending on the project, she either screenprints or digitally prints on natural fabrics including linen, cottons, and silk. Artists such as Edouard Vuillard, Pierre Bonnard, and most of all Mariano Fortuny influence her work.in the Dallas Fort Worth area. She received her MFA in fibers from the University of North Texas in 2010 and a BFA in painting from Southern Methodist University in 2005.
Megan is another of the talented young entrepreneurs who are participating in the 2010 Tseelana Market benefiting The Wilson Foundation. She shares the same commitment to giving back, and to ‘doing well by doing good.’ Megan will be offering a range of products of her own design, including apparel, pillows, coasters, placemats, and clutches. Come ‘Shop with Purpose’ with Megan Adams and the other merchants participating in the 2010 Tseelana Market!
2010 Tseelana Market
Thursday, October 21 5 – 8 pm
Friday, October 22 10 am – 4 pm
7501 Turtle Creek Boulevard (corner of Turtle Creek and Hanover)
Dallas, Texas 75225
For more information please call 214-523-7577.
Special thanks to Ryan Osborne Homes and Briggs-Freeman for the generous use of this exquisite home