Ellie Honl Herman received her B.A. in studio art from St. Olaf College, and M.A. and M.F.A. in Printmaking with a minor in Intermedia from the University of Iowa where she graduated with honors. Currently in her second year as a visiting assistant professor at Indiana University, she has previously taught at Arizona State University, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, as well as courses at Frogman’s Print Workshop, Seattle Center for Book Arts, and the Kala Art Institute. Much of her multimedia artwork has investigated psychology and perception while utilizing the mediums of printmaking, photography, sculpture, and time-based media. Her imagery is constantly influenced by her fascination with geometry, nature, and color. Her artwork has been widely exhibited across the United States and is included in many national collections.