Meg Wallace is a Miami based artist, human rights advocate, and spokesperson. She has grown up in Key Largo and Southwest Miami-Dade, and her work is greatly influenced by the diverse cultures and environments unique to South Florida. The magna cum laude Nursing graduate has been painting and teaching visual arts since the late 1990's. After giving birth to her first child in 2007, she decided to put her medical career on hold. During this time, her passion for human rights and painting reignited, leading to her career as an artist. Wallace's work is created out of her overflow of emotions on life and death, justice and inequality. She paints to express her view and evoke human emotion by challenging perceptions. She uses techniques to intertwine qualities commonly occurring in nature, but coming from more than just a singular viewpoint. Specific ideas are applied into her paintings in subtle ways. Wallace believes finding meaningful ways to connect in person is essential for promoting respect for other human beings and nature. In March, she was a Featured Art Ambassador for the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show. Her work has also been exhibited at The Lowe Art Museum, Fairchild Tropical Gardens, 19/1, Wynwood and the Artisan Lounge. She has been interviewed on PBS's show the Art Loft, and her work is part of numerous collections throughout the country.