“Does there not exist a high ridge where the mountainside of ‘scientific’ information joins the opposite slope of ‘artistic’ imagination?” – Vladimir Nabokov
Stephanie Mohr is a Boston-based scientist, writer and artist. She has been studying printmaking for about ten years, including at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Cambridge Center for Adult Education. She is also a distance member of Zea Mays Printmaking and past artist-in-residence at Cork Printmakers in Ireland.
In her work, Stephanie explores intersections between art and science. Her ‘Genetic Landscapes’ series, for example, explores place, person, pattern and continuance.
Stephanie works primarily in monotype and monoprint, using techniques as varied as copper etching and polyester plate lithography.