Meg creates 3D watercolours which capture the movement of flocks of birds in flight. Her inspiration comes from the bird-life on Dartmoor where she lives and from the coastlines of Cornwall where she grew up. Meg's process involves producing a bespoke set of templates for each breed of bird. She then makes colour washes with professional quality watercolour paints onto 300gsm paper and works into the wash to create unique patterns and markings. The templates then get transferred onto the wash and are individually cut out by hand. The flock is then created on a fresh piece of watercolour paper; some flat and some on small balsa wood plinths, using museum standard non-acidic PVA glue. Each piece is then professionally box-framed locally. No two pieces will ever be identical.