Artist, designer, writer, and teacher.
Jennifer Elsner is a multidisciplinary artist who has worked in text, graphic design, sculpture, process and performance. And while she’s uncomfortable talking about herself in the third person, but has heard it can be effective for things like this.
Elsner has participated in exhibitions at Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX; Texas Biennial; The Jones Center, Austin, TX; and the American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York, NY. Collections include the Franklin Furnace Collection at the Museum of Modern Art—additionally, her ephemeral work is found in private collections. Publications include 365: AIGA Year in Design and Time Capsule: A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists. She is a graduate of Cranbrook Academy of Art. Elsner lives and works in Richmond, VA where she teaches in the Arts Foundation Program at Virginia Commonwealth University.