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3 Blood Street
Pepperell, MA 01463
United States

Megan Carty is a Boston area contemporary painter who makes uplifting abstract floral paintings for people who have a flair for bold boho statements and tailored style. Through her bubbly personality, her use of bright colors, and her positive healing message she's here to deliver joy for your well-dressed walls!

Overturning Abstract Floral Art Print


These GORGEOUS fine art giclee prints are produced on flat fine art canvas...they look and feel like the real thing! The best part is you can choose from a variety of sizes to suit your specific decor needs and the inks are fade resistant to last a lifetime! 

Overturning Abstract Floral Art Print

Abstract Floral Fine Art Print
Abstract Floral Fine Art Print

Overturning Abstract Floral Art Print

from 40.00

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This high-quality artist giclee print on flat canvas looks and feels just like the real thing! You can choose from a variety of sizes to suit your own decor needs. (choose your size from the drop-down menu and the corresponding price will be shown)

The inks resist fading and will last a lifetime. 

Your print comes un-matted and un-framed (so you may make your own design choices).


Your print comes shipped in a flat kraft cardboard mailer for smaller prints or rolled in a sturdy tube for larger prints. Please allow up to 4-7 business days for processing as these are printed and trimmed as ordered. 

My latest abstract pieces explore what it feels like inside my brain while living and coping with depression and anxiety. It isn’t always just black and bleak. It is complicated and full of color, confusion, decay, growth, and beauty. There is optimism, light, and energy. There is fear, desperation and stress. There is dismay, chatter, loneliness and overwhelm and it all exists together in a garden of the mind.

I create a tangle of color, shape and line to convey this confusion of life and decay to the viewer in a relatable way. Surprisingly, the end result is something I hope to be “pretty” and interesting to look at. To be relatable and delightful despite having a morbid undercurrent. Like it has a hidden secret there in plain view…a secret shared between artist and viewer. What we see on the surface isn’t always the end of the story; it’s just the very beginning. 

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