As a fine artist and illustrator, I work primarily in mediums that travel easily with me on a daily basis – pens, watercolor, and sometimes even teeny golf pencils or dirty rocks – in order to capture what I see around me. Random contour drawings, urban landscapes, and nearby flowers fill my sketchbooks. My work’s aesthetic shifts frequently between imagined abstractions and close observation. I really enjoy making art on paper and have been commissioned frequently in the past year.
I am currently focusing my art practice on illustrating a series of coloring books for people of all ages who want an absorbing outlet to play with color and close observation. They’re pretty fun and for sale online at amazon.com/author/elsasenner & zencoloringpages.com and in stores at the DeCordova Museum Gift Shop, the Newport Art Museum Gift Shop, New England Wildflower Society, & the Mass Audubon Gift Shop.
Education: BFA from School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
For commission inquiries contact : firstname.lastname@example.org