Megan Pizzitola was a dreamer, creator, positive thinker, always looked for inspiration everywhere she could.
On Wednesday, September 7th, we lost our beloved Megan to a ruptured cerebral aneurysm, a very rare and sudden, but painless condition. She was 29.
Living in the magical Pacific Northwest, as she described it, Megan was deeply inspired by the beauty of nature. She was infinitely curious, which brought many passions into her life, allowing her to be constantly creating, and developing new interests.
Megan's passion for art began the first time that she picked up a crayon. Her love for creating continued to grow throughout the years, but it wasn’t until she realized her art was something bigger than just a hobby or weekend side project. It was her gift.
Megan was always looking to find ways to let her individual creativity have space as she was dreaming about a life where she could create art for a living. About 3 years ago, Megan began dedicating her free time to creating art because of the joy it brought to her. Her love for creating grew even deeper when she began to see how sharing her work inspired others.
In the last two years, she created hundreds of pieces with collections with the main themes around Florals, Pacific Northwest, and Fashion. Most recently her favorite medium was watercolor.