Maggie Perrin-Key (b. 1993) is an American contemporary artist who's bright oil paintings explore abstract elements of our physical world in an effort to build relationships with the subconscious.
Her organic abstract oil paintings investigate the difference between observational and intuitive processes, memory, and sentimentality.
Perrin-Key has been showing her work regionally since completing her undergraduate studies in 2017.
She is also a muralist, participating in community mural events as well as bringing her abstract shapes to over life size on walls and outside of buildings.
current and upcoming exhibitions
Eclectica II, Gallery 1318 , Roanoke, Virginia Opening May 7
From Shape to Form - Alexander/Heath Contemporary, Roanoke, VA. 2020-2021
Sacred Debris - Aurora Studio Center, Roanoke, VA. 2019
The Show, VALLT, Roanoke, Virginia, 2021
Disrupting the Stillness, Lohme Art Gallery and Visionary Projects, 2020
Radius 250 8th Biennial Juried Regional Exhibition, ArtSpace, Richmond, Virginia 2019
The Influence of Women, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, Roanoke, Virginia 2018
Group Exhibition - Recent Works, Logan Gallery, North Cross School, Roanoke, Virginia 2018
The Floyd Center for the Arts 16th Annual Juried Exhibition, Floyd, Virginia 2018
Taubman Museum's 60th Annual Sidewalk Art Show, Roanoke, Virginia 2018
New Voice, Young Innovation, Invitational Exhibition, The Floyd Center for the Arts, Floyd, Virginia 2016