Megan Dull earned a BA in Art Education from Notre Dame College, an MA from Case Western Reserve, and an MFA in Ceramics from Edinboro University. In 2000, she was awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Ohio Arts Council. As a long-time member of the Sisters of Notre Dame, Megan seized an opportunity to join the faculty at Notre Dame College in South Euclid, Ohio to teach ceramics and other courses in the art department.
Megan shares her words about her chosen medium: “Clay reminds us of the link between our bodies and the life energies of the earth. The sculptural work emerges from earth itself – cracked, fissured, an elemental substance acted on by fire and geologic time. I am enlivened by the clay, valuing the tactile interaction, its very physicality, the imprinting of gesture. Kinship with earth, interconnectedness, accessing the hallowed place, communion with mystery, relationships to ritual and spiritual expression: these shape the heart of what my work is pressing to voice.”