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Megan Cleland


Megan is a self-taught artist with a passion for felting. In 2000 Megan and her husband purchased a farm in Australia that came with 400 fine wool merinos. She started explored felting, spinning, and weaving for the shear enjoyment of being surrounded by incredible fibres.

Megan returned to Canada in 2009 and began to combine her love of portraiture and needle felting. The switch from amateur to professional has been a recent decision. The response to Megan’s work has driven that path. Painting with wool to create realistic portraits and landscapes has been a natural progression from watercolour and pastel with exciting results. It is more organic and has a warmth and texture that makes the viewer want to reach out and touch it.



Private Collections in France, England, Australia, Canada, United States



2019 Uxbridge Celebration of the Arts

Elements of Creation, Elora Centre for the Arts, Elora Ontario



2019/2018 Black Sheep Festival, Elora, ON

PEC Fibre Festival, Picton, ON

Twist Fibre Festival, Saint-André-Avellin, QC

Almonte Fibre Festival, Almont, ON

Woodstock Fleece Festival, Woodstock ON

Private Workshop, Ottawa, ON

Private Workshop, Alliston, ON

Public Workshop, Elora, ON

Heartfelt Studio, Toronto, ON

Spun Fibre Arts, Oakville, ON

Dorchester, ON



Craft Ontario

Schoolhouse Arts Collective, Elora ON

Felt Canada

International Felt Association


A great achievement that pays tribute to Megan’s art came On October 17, 2017 when her Artwork titled ‘The Lioness’ won the honour of a critique by

Robert Bateman, in Guelph, ON.  Mr. Bateman said that it was a” tour de force” and “it looks  3D with masterful eyes!”


You can contact Megan thru her website or on Facebook

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