About Meg White

Meg White grew up in the suburban neighborhood of Silver Hills in New Albany, Indiana. Meg is a self-taught sculptor who discovered the three dimensional process thru paper sculpture. She was a free-lance commercial artist from 1987 thru 1991; using her paper sculpture as the primary medium. Her clients included Sesame Street, General Electric, Chi-Chi’s and Gibson Cards.

In 1991, Meg discovered stone carving at Don Lawler’s studio and began to create wildlife and figurative works on a full-time basis. Meg now produces limited edition bronzes as well as small and monumental-scale works in stone.


Public Sculpture

2008 Home of the Innocents, Louisville, KY $53,000.00
2007 University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa $45,000.00
2007 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana $50,000.00
2006 Prairie Center for the Arts, Schaumburg, Illinois Percent for Art $75,000.00
2005 North Carolina Zoological Park, Asheboro, North Carolina $60,000.00
2004 Ashland Recreational Center, Denver, Colorado Percent for Art $39,200.00
2002 Louisville Zoological Gardens, Louisville, Kentucky $20,000.00
2001 Sarasota Health Department, Sarasota, Florida percent for public art $11,000.00
2001 Department of Transportation, Lake City, Florida percent for public art $20,000.00
2000 Nia Center, Louisville, Kentucky $91,560.00
1998 Polo Fields, Oldham County, Kentucky $10,000.00
1997 Bernheim Forest, Clermont, Kentucky $8,000.00

Corporate Clients

  • Presbyterian Church USA
  • Sesame Street
  • General Electric
  • Gibson Greeting Cards


  • Apr 2001 – Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Owensboro, Kentucky Regionalists Invitational
  • Feb 1994 – Elizabethtown Community College, Elizabethtown, Kentucky Two-Person Show
  • May 1993 – Fout and Fowler Gallery, London, England