Marie Amegah is a visual artist currently based in the
Baltimore-Washington DC area of the united states.
Her work encircles themes of
immigration, identity, queer storytelling, nostalgia, and human connection. She
explores these core themes through various 2D media such as painting,
illustration, collage and bookmaking.
As an artist whose curiosity
tiptoes into several disciplines, the central bridge across her work is intricate
In the past few years, her work has been shown
in numerous shows in the DC area, a televised news program and in a couple online
View complete artist CV below.
BFA in Art & Design 2016
AMONG OTHERS. National Institute of Health Clinical Center. Washington DC. April 2022 – July 2022
ALL OUR SOFT PARTS. Eubie Blake Cultural Center. Baltimore, MD. March 2022- April 2022.
ART IN AUGUST. Hot Sauce Collective and Baltimore Promo & Arts. Baltimore, MD. August 2020.
THERE WAS A CHURCH IN BIRMINGHAM; THERE WAS A CHURCH IN CHARLESTON. Towson, MD. 2015.
FIELDS. Storage Space Gallery, Towson, MD. 2015.
BRIGHT. Creative Alliance. Baltimore, MD. Spring 2021
HOT ON THE BLOCK. Eubie Blake Cultural Jazz Center. Baltimore, MD. November 2020- January 2021
IN THE HALLWAY. Virtual show on www.rootsvirtualsalon.com. September 2020- September 2021
EYES OPEN. Sense Gallery. Washington DC. December 2018 – February 2019
THE CELEBRATION. Restorative Baltimore at Space 2640. Baltimore, MD. April 2018
THE BIG SHOW. Creative Alliance. Baltimore, MD. Spring 2018
Brown Paper Zine Fair. Eubie Blake Cultural Jazz Center. Baltimore, MD. April 2017
Afro X Trap. Pyramid Atlantic Art Center. Hyattsville, MD. June 2016
Chautauqua Institute of Art- Chautauqua,NY 2021
https://www.bmorechildren.com/new-events/bright-at-creative-alliance, February 2021
Getting To the Truth in This Art Podcast. Episode 57. February 2020
VillageX Magazine, volume 4 cover. October 2020.
WBAL-TV 11 NEWS. August 2020.
Baltimore Office of Promotion & Arts, online, August 2020.
BMORE ART online, August 2020.
The Towerlight. February 2016.
The Baltimore Watchdog, Online article, November 2015.
Queer Art Prize, Recent work Finalist. Queer Art, NY. 2022.