Megan C. Mosholder (b. Columbus, Ohio) is a conceptual artist who uses light as a drawing medium to create site-responsive, sculptural installations. Megan received her MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and a BFA from The Ohio State University. She has authored several successful grant applications and has received awards from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the Vermont Studio Center. Megan has also received fellowships from numerous institutions such as the Wassaic Project (2013), the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences (2014) and the Distinguished Artist Scholarship from the Art Students League of New York (2014). A variety of publications have featured Megan's work including Beautiful/Decay, Hi-Fructose, Huffington Post, Juxtapos, and The Creator’s Project and her diverse exhibition history includes participation in No Longer Empty’s Through the Parlor (2013) in Manhattan and an installation in Lacoste, France (2011) a body of work that speaks of the lasting impression a place of beauty can leave on an individual.
- Megan Mosholder - Artist