Meagan Varecha was born in 1998 in Spokane, Washington. She was born with hypotonia, cerebral palsy, and torticollis which cause chronic pain and fatigue. Her disability is her artwork, and her artwork is her disability. 
She recently completed her Bachelor of Arts in studio art with minors in art history, disabilities studies, and communication studies at Eastern Washington University. Varecha has been featured in regional exhibitions such as Terrain 13 in Spokane, Washington.
Currently, Varecha is completing a Master's in Teaching degree with an endorsement in art at Whitworth University. After graduating from Whitworth, she will pursue her goal of combining her interests in the art community and the disability community to teach art in public education. Recently featured shows including "Sensitive Materials" at the WSUTC Arts Center in Richland, Washington. 
Varecha currently lives and works in Spokane, Washington where she enjoys attending local art shows and furthering her career as a future educator.