Meghan Rowswell creates organic fiber sculptures and installations inspired by plants using found fabrics and materials. She displays a wide range of fiber related processes to create texture and structures that transform space and emulate Japanese flower arrangements. Meghan has exhibited in galleries and art spaces across the United States and is a Rocket Grant finalist. She has also lived and exhibited in Japan. While there, Meghan studied to become a fifth level instructor of the Ohara school of ikebana. She is committed to bringing the tradition of Japanese flower arranging to American students through teaching workshops at the Kemper Contemporary Museum of Art and Powell Gardens. Formerly a resident of Art Farm Nebraska and an Artist Inc Kansas City fellow. Meghan received a BA in art history from Hastings College of Hastings, Nebraska in 2009.