Photo Credit: Erica Kachinske


Megan Sprenger is a current Master of Fine Arts candidate at The School of Art at Montana State University. Megan received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with and emphasis in ceramics and sculpture from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2016.

Her work is inspired by her love for traveling combined with the history of ceramics and the progression of sciences. She interweaves psychology, biology, and urban planning philosophies into her work. The use of historical ideology within ceramics and architectural and city planning is incorporated to introduce a more modern theme and encourage on conversation between the ceramic vessel and the viewer.

The imagery and surface details exemplify disorders, more precisely as the small particles of matter that change our perceptions within a variety of situations. These situations come across in the ways that the space we live in creates a phenomenological atmosphere, ultimately mirroring our own subconscious development.