Slow down, slow down. The word to the letter, the image to the line. These marks are not links are not portals are on paper. Labor imprints a now meant for later. Invest! In again. In a story. Here’s the telling: You have two heads with many eyes—you cannot look in one direction.
You have many heads but just one eye—you only see yourself.Originally from rural Nebraska, Elysia received her BFA in Printmaking in 2007 from Washington University in St. Louis. Shortly thereafter, she co-founded a local collaborative print studio, All Along Press, where she published prints, limited edition artist books and other projects. Her work has been shown nationally, and she has received numerous awards and honors including Critical Mass for the Arts’ Creative Stimulus Grant, two Nebraska Book Awards, and artist residencies at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center in Nebraska City and at the Art and History Museums in Maitland, Florida.