Jennifer Scheuer is an artist and collaborative printer invested in lithography and the history of print. Scheuer is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Purdue University teaching printmaking and serving as the Foundations Drawing Coordinator.
Jennifer Scheuer is a recipient of the 2019 Eliza Moore Fellowship for Artistic Excellence from the Oak Spring Garden Foundation. This summer she attended residencies at Oak Spring Gardens in Upperville, VA, Zea Mays Printmaking Studio in Florence, MA, and the Women Studio Workshop Beisinghoff Residency in Diemelstadt-Rhoden Germany. Scheuer has also attended international residencies at St. Michael’s Print Shop in St. Johns, NL Canada and the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland.
Scheuer will participate in three projects at the 2020 SGCI Conference in Puerto Rico including: Print|Kite: International Exhibition organized by Koichi Yamamoto, Interational Standards organized by Camilla Taylor, and Puerto Rico Prayer Flags organized by Beauvais Lyons. Recent exhibitions include the “60th Midwestern Invitational” at the Rourke Art Museum, “The Art of the Book” at Cornell University’s Johnson Museum, the 2019-2021 SGCI Members Traveling Exhibition, and “Scientific Methods” at Blue Spiral Gallery.
This year Scheuer researched Neil Armstrong’s collections at Purdue University Archives, and created work for the exhibition “Return to Entry,” a three person exhibition with Frances Gallardo and Michael Oatman.
Scheuer received her MFA in Studio Arts: Printmaking at the University of Tennessee Knoxville, and the Southern Graphics Conference International Graduate Student Fellowship in support of her thesis. She attended the prestigious Tamarind Institute’s Printer Training Program in Albuquerque, NM. Scheuer received her BFA from Minnesota State University in Moorhead, MN, while attending undergraduate she interned at the Hannaher Print Studio at the Plains Art Museum. Her most recent work utilizes intaglio, silkscreen, lithography, and bookmaking.
Scheuer has an interest in social service and served in the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps.
To contact Jennifer Scheuer and to request a c.v. please email jenscheuer[at]yahoo[dot]com.