Meredith Pardue

Born in Monroe, Louisiana and based in Austin, Texas Meredith Pardue is an acclaimed contemporary artist whose work is widely recognized for its dynamic, large-scale compositions featuring abstract botanical forms and scenes derived from nature.

Pardue holds an M.F.A. from Parsons School of Design in New York and a B.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Following her studies, Pardue traveled extensively, finding inspiration from the varied flora and landscapes of the American South, the Pacific Northwest, the Caribbean, and Central America.

Today Pardue’s work continues to gain critical acclaim and is prominently displayed in several notable private and corporate collections including Exxon Mobile Corporate Headquarters, J. Crew Corporate Headquarters, Genstar Capital, BBVA Compass, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, University of Texas at Austin, UT Southwestern Medical Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Lamar Corporate Headquarters, Marina Bay Sands Singapore, SCAD Fash Museum, the Savannah College of Art & Design, and Baylor Scott and White Children’s Hospital.

Her work has been exhibited worldwide and published in Architectural Digest, Modern Luxury Interiors Texas, Luxe Magazine, Traditional Home, Elle Decoration South Africa, Dwell, and New American Paintings.