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An abstract artwork in shades of blue created with modeling paste, pigment, a spatula and the art’s energy. Brushstrokes and drips add texture to the piece.


During the MFA program with The School of Arts Institute of Chicago, I was determined to get rid of the paintbrush. The materials used to move and create the composition are modeling paste, pigment, and just sheer energy. This series inspired me to play with sculpture.

Spatula painting
A finished artwork titled 'Figure it Out 4 of 50', created by Chalice Meikle. This piece is part of a series conceived while the artist explored various paintings, aiming to discover her signature style. Executed in mixed media on panel, the artwork measures 32" x 40" and was created in 2023. It features vibrant shades of lime green, goldenrod orange, sunshine yellow, bubblegum pink, and dark blue.


This series is just that. While working on multiple paintings, and still trying to find my mark. This series started as a study and became the style I have wanted to create for quite some time. 

A completed abstract artwork from the 'Wake Up' series by Chalice Meikle. This series is inspired by the artist's meditative experience outdoors. Chalice used various techniques and materials including flashe, acrylic paint, paint marker, brushes, nail polish, spatula, stencils, and spray paint. The artwork features layered hues and squiggles of traffic cone orange, lilac, sky blue, purple, grass green, and fire engine red with purple paint marker on top.


This series came about while meditating outside. During meditation, I was reacting to birds singing and making colors and lines behind my eyes. It was magical, and I did my best to replicate the experience.

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Ms. Meikle does a variety of styles. Click the link below to find out more information about commissions. 

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A dynamic shot captures the artist's right hand in motion, wielding a large, chunky house paintbrush. Streaks of thin aqua blue paint are flung across the canvas and into the air, adding to the work in progress. Swatches of blue and black paint, along with straight black sketched lines, already adorn the mixed media canvas, showcasing the evolving artwork's layers and textures.
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