About M E Fuller

NEWS! M E Fuller has been accepted to the Hinge Arts Residency program in Fergus Falls, sponsored by Springboard for the Arts. She will be in residence from November 27 – December 8, 2017.

About Springboard for the Arts

Springboard for the Arts is an economic and community development organization for artists and by artists. Our work is about building stronger communities, neighborhoods, and economies, and we believe that artists are an important leverage point in that work. Springboard for the Arts’ mission is to cultivate vibrant communities by connecting artists with the skills, information, and services they need to make a living and a life.

Our work is about creating communities and artists that have a reciprocal relationship, where artists are key contributors to community issues and are visible and valued for the impact they create. We do this work by creating simple, practical solutions and systems to support artists. Those programs support our goal to help create a local culture movement.

NEWS! M E Fuller receives a 2017 artist project grant to complete her first novel, “Saving the Ghost.” Thank you to the Five Wings Arts Council, the McKnight Foundation, and Minnesota State Legislators for their continued support of regional artists.

NEWS! “Abel March,” flash fiction, is available now in Talking Stick 26.

NEWS! “Relationships in Comfort and Love” series is now available for public spaces and individuals as custom work. Not portraiture, but reflective of the relationships of caring between individuals – maybe pets, pets and their people, siblings. Request a consultation.

Worried Boy and Kitten

 

Artist Statement – Author

M E Fuller writes character-driven fiction for an upmarket (literary yet accessible) audience. Her work is imaginative, can be graphic and at times disturbing, and offers readers an intimate glimpse into private consequences in the lives of her fictional characters.

In 2015 M E Fuller received artist project grants through the Five Wings Arts Council with funds from the McKnight Foundation to complete the first draft of her first novel, “Saving the Ghost.” In 2017, Fuller received an additional project grant to complete, “Saving the Ghost,” for publication.

“Abel March,” flash fiction, is published in The Talking Stick, Volume 26, Fine Lines

“Crazy Dog,” flash fiction, is published in the winter 2016 issue of Shark Reef, a Literary Magazine. Fuller is currently working on her second novel, “The Unwinding.”

A year-long blog series titled “Greyhairs Rising – Retiree as Emerging Artist” began in November of 2016. Contact M E Fuller to speak to your group about how to restart your creative engine!

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Artist Statement – Visual Arts 

Fuller enjoys the ever-surprising flow of imagination from media to surface while drawing or painting. Each line, each brush stroke can reveal a hidden direction. Each acrylic layer or watercolor wash can add unexpected textures and dimensions to her work.

Agates, 2016 M E Fuller

Agates, 2016 M E Fuller

M E Fuller paints in watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media. Examples of her work may be found at mefuller.com.

Recent Art Shows and Exhibits

  • Arts off 84 – Juried Art Show, September 2017
  • Sketchorama – New Bohemian Gallery, November 2016 – January 2017
  • Northwoods Art and Book Festival – Juried Art Show, August 2016
  • Garrison Art Show – Juried Art Show, May 2016

M E Fuller’s professional career of nearly 40 years included graphic design, art direction and copywriting. She maintained a satirical blog from 2009 to 2015.

Fuller is a Friends of the Brainerd Public Library board member and a member of the Brainerd Writers Alliance.

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