Stephanie Hunder’s prints deal with natural objects, such as plants and insects, sometimes in conjunction with manmade structures. Her work investigates the relationships between form, function, and meaning, presenting imagery that could be seen as iconic, symbolic, or scientific. She uses a variety of digital and photographic printmaking media, altering objective-style photographs with personal marks and subjective colors. Hunder received her BFA and MA in graphics from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an MFA in photography from Arizona State University. Recent exhibitions include Consonance, at Art Institutes Minnesota, Reverberations: Stephanie Hunder / Angie Buckley at Rowan University, the Contemporary American Serigraphy Invitational at Nebraska Wesleyan University, and the Third Minnesota National Print Biennial in which she won a purchase award from the Tweed Museum in Duluth, MN.