The Art Gallery at St. Paul’s was started in 2015 by a group of dedicated artists from the congregation. Stemming from a vision of providing a space in downtown Brighton for local artists to display their work, several renowned art pieces have hung on the walls at St. Paul’s.

Each exhibit is unique and highlights the many forms of art expression present in the wider community. Each exhibit lasts approximately 4 months.

Please contact the parish office if you are interested in exhibiting at St. Paul’s.

Current Exhibit Information

"Color Exploration": Megan Braun

St. Paul’s welcomes artist Megan Braun. Her exhibit will be on display May – August 2024. You can view the exhibit during Sunday services and during office hours (Wednesday and Thursday from 1-4pm – check St. Paul’s Facebook page for office closures).


Megan Braun is a mixed-media artist with cerebral palsy. She went to school in South Lyon, graduated from East, then went to Washtenaw Community College.

Artist Statement

I like experimenting with the various ways colors can interact with each other and I also enjoy working with line. I use a variety of mediums, including pencil, marker, and paint.

I find inspiration from viewing the work of my community of fellow artists, both in person and on social media. I have a little plan in mind but I let the work take me on a journey of creating. “Mistakes” give me a sense of direction as to what comes next during the process.

Making is simply a fulfilling and enjoyable process for me. I’ve found community, friendships, and connections through art. Consistent creation has helped me as an artist and a person.

Megan Braun Art