South Florida native Meg Wallace is interested in the interconnections between people, art, community and the environment. As an artist, she explores the nature of human emotion through sound, movement, photographs, texture, color and light. She’s currently beginning her Artist-in-Residence at Deering Estate, which expands upon her multisensory solo exhibition Mother Mangrove at the Stone House Museum. Her work has also appeared at the Lowe Art Musuem, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Wynwood Art District, Downtown Art Walk, the Miami Beach Convention Center and more. A mother of three “magnificent children,” she has been married to her soulmate since 2002. She has two spunky miniature dachshunds and loves them dearly. Additionally, she’s volunteered and advocated for over 20 years with various organizations in Miami that provide help and resources to abused children and women. Family, faith and preservation are integral in her life and art practice. “I’m honored to be a legacy member of the 100 Ladies of Deering,” she says. “I look forward to participating in their mission of preserving the Deering Estate and Charles Deering’s legacy of community, conservation and culture.”; MWCollections.com.
Brickell Magazine partnered with Amerant Bank to present our Latino Visionaries for 2022. This year’s finalists embrace their Hispanic heritage in every facet of life and use their cultural perspective to dream big while taking their respective careers and philanthropic pursuits to new heights.
The social season is officially in full swing as people unite for events to remember, forging new bonds while reconnecting with old friends and taking full advantage of everything the city has to offer morning, noon and night. Networking never felt — or looked! — so good.