41 min

Art is the Highest Form of Healing with Meghan Morris-Weberling Recovery Bites

    • Mental Health

In this episode, Karin welcomes Meghan Morris-Weberling, ceramic artist, sculptor, and devotee of the organic process, to the show for, “Art is the Highest Form of Healing."

Join Karin and Meghan for a discussion on the relationship between art and recovery, the uniqueness of the word “recovery,” the inward and outward components of recovery, Meghan’s experience of motherhood and recovery, the intertwining of “hope” and “showing up,” the effects that trying to “fit-in” have on the soul, and much more!

Meghan Morris-Weberling is a ceramic artist, sculptor, and devotee of the organic process. With deep reverence for nature, her work bears witness to its formal evolution. Each piece is unique and reverberates with the impulse to grow.

Meghan’s experience farming for a number of seasons enhanced her intuitive captivation with visual, cyclical change, and this informs her work greatly.

After studying Philosophy and Ceramics at Skidmore College, and completed her MFA in Portland, Oregon, at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. She is currently based in Cambridge, MA, where she continues to create a body of ceramic work ranging from bud vases to abstract sculpture.is an artist, working in clay to make primarily vessels and sculptural abstract organic forms.

Learn more at www.karinlewisedc.com/podcast/episode105

In this episode, Karin welcomes Meghan Morris-Weberling, ceramic artist, sculptor, and devotee of the organic process, to the show for, “Art is the Highest Form of Healing."

Join Karin and Meghan for a discussion on the relationship between art and recovery, the uniqueness of the word “recovery,” the inward and outward components of recovery, Meghan’s experience of motherhood and recovery, the intertwining of “hope” and “showing up,” the effects that trying to “fit-in” have on the soul, and much more!

Meghan Morris-Weberling is a ceramic artist, sculptor, and devotee of the organic process. With deep reverence for nature, her work bears witness to its formal evolution. Each piece is unique and reverberates with the impulse to grow.

Meghan’s experience farming for a number of seasons enhanced her intuitive captivation with visual, cyclical change, and this informs her work greatly.

After studying Philosophy and Ceramics at Skidmore College, and completed her MFA in Portland, Oregon, at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. She is currently based in Cambridge, MA, where she continues to create a body of ceramic work ranging from bud vases to abstract sculpture.is an artist, working in clay to make primarily vessels and sculptural abstract organic forms.

Learn more at www.karinlewisedc.com/podcast/episode105

41 min