Often utilising unusual environmental and organic materials, Meg's work traverses a number of fine art disciplines. Through these methods, her intention has been to examine the idea of an inherent intelligence within nature using creative processes. Research stems from a deep curiosity for the ancient wisdom of both East and West, gardening, her role as an apiarist and her innate connection to the Western Isles of Scotland. For this inquiry, Meg extracts from a variety of resources including archival materials, travelling and spending time in nature.
'Comparable to a honeybee collecting vital essences from different flora, I gather ideas from philosophical, mystical and artistic disciplines alongside life experiences. My ideas could be described as my pollen, I transform them into something more refined, my honey'.