Margaret Jeane is an artist and designer who’s developed an obsession with chasing the unapologetic beauty of nature. From creatures, to landscapes, to endless floral combinations, she uses her sensitivity to color to explore organic themes.
What is your source(s) of inspiration, what moves you?
Nature is my main source of inspiration; I’m very moved by the interplay of both color and form.
What is the most amazing present you ever received?
The endless support to pursue my passions from those I love.
Do you work at night or during the day?
Both! By necessity, not necessarily choice.
The artist you crave for (at the moment)
Your favorite museum, your favorite drink
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., Old Fashioned.
If I say « paper » what is first coming to your mind?
I used to make paper as a child with pulp. When I think of paper, I think of compressing it against the screen and watching all the different pulp pieces create a single sheet with a beautiful raw edge.
Mention a quote you feel is creatively inspiring
“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight or any experience that reveals the human spirit.“
If you weren’t an artist, what would you be?
Botanist / Gardener
Topics and causes that matter to you?
Seedlings, Sézane, Kika Tableware, One Hundred 80 degrees, Hawthorne Supply Co., Salty Shadows