Stephanie Mohr


Stephanie’s monotype and monoprint work tends to center around a visual theme, exploring boundaries of the theme through changes to color and scale, as well as through repetition. Past works include her “Genetic Landscapes” and “Monsters” series monotypes and monoprints. Her most recent series, “Flight,” explores the positive and negative emotions evoked by the simple but recognizable outlines of an airplane. Work in the Flight series includes copper etching monoprint and monotype with stencils. This series also includes a set of pages printed for an in-progress book project with the Banter Arts group.


Stephanie is a scientist, writer, and printmaker living in Cambridge, MA. She was introduced to printmaking at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education and is a longtime student of Selma Bromberg. Stephanie has also studied printmaking at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Zea Mays Printmaking, and is a member of the Banter Arts group. She has exhibited in several group shows and her work is in private collections in the New England region and beyond.