Dr. Meagan is a mixed media mosaic artist who works in alcohol ink, collage, and tempered glass. She creates layered artwork to express inner emotions, personal experiences, and elements of her life narrative. Her work has been featured in juried art shows sponsored by the Society of American Mosaic Artists, Philadelphia’s City Hall, Trenton Artworks, Wheaton Arts, and the Mosaic Society of Philadelphia. She exhibited her mixed media pieces in two solo art shows, “Reflections in Glass” at the University of Pennsylvania and “Ink and Glass, Trauma and Strength” at Jefferson University. She not only creates mixed media mosaics as an expressive tool to tell her story, but she also uses the creative arts to support trauma survivors in healing from their own experiences.
Dr. Meagan’s artwork was featured in a solo show at Jefferson University’s East Falls campus. This show took place in conjunction with the Philadelphia Trauma Training Conference.
Dr. Meagan shared pieces of her own personal narrative in the” Ink and Glass, Trauma and Strength” exhibit at Jefferson University. This exhibit included two artist talks.
This video provides insight into the creation of Meagan Corrado’s mixed media mosaic piece “Self Love.” This piece, which began as an expression of Meagan’s own inner shame as a result of traumatic experiences, evolved into a testament of strength and resilience. It represents Meagan’s personal journey to self love.
This video explores Dr. Meagan’s process as an artist. She talks about her favorite materials, inspiration for creating art, and the experiences that influence her creative process.
Dr. Meagan reflects on her artistic process. As she creates with alcohol inks, she explores her journey to self empowerment.
Learn about Dr. Meagan’s process as she used Storiez to work through the positive and negative events in her own narrative.
View video content for the Reflections in Glass mosaic art exhibit. Reflections in Glass is a mixed media mosaic exhibit that features Meagan Corrado’s academic, artistic, and personal story throughout the past three years. The video features over 30 works of art and provides an in-depth look at the concepts that inspired the pieces.