Megan Dailey

Kanawha County

Drawing

B.A. Photography and Painting (West Virginia State University)

Website

About Megan Dailey

ECHO-LIT, LLC was founded in 2008 with the goal of publishing quality educational posters for classrooms using more thoughtful materials. Since its founding, ECHO-LIT has provided beautiful educational support materials to schools and teachers throughout the United States and around the world. ECHO-LIT also designs and produces a range of decor items created to appeal to anyone who loves reading and art.

In addition to its wide catalog of posters and art prints, ECHO-LIT offers a wide range of print and design services for small businesses, organizations, and artists. Whether you are looking to design and produce marketing and informational materials or reproduce art for retail sale, ECHO-LIT has a print solution for you.

Biography

I am a graphic artist, but my path here was long and winding. After college, I spent almost twenty years working in a professional photo lab and working as a freelance photographer. After leaving the photo industry, I entered the classroom and taught Art at the elementary level. After a brief stint teaching, I changed direction again and began working as a graphic artist specializing in educational support materials – prints and posters to aid educators and students. My work now is primarily digital, but my work emulates traditional pen and ink drawing as well as cut and torn paper design.

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Megan Dailey's Work

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