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Elizabeth Bisenga offers a range of experience, from working as a freelance draftsman, designer, and artist to teaching interior design at the Art Institute of Seattle. She earned her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently working towards an MFA in interdisciplinary art at Goddard College. Elizabeth has created branding, marketing, and packaging materials for clients ranging from small, locally-owned businesses to City Parks and Recreation agencies.
Elizabeth Bisenga is an active volunteer with her home town downtown association, and recently completed a “Shop Local” campaign, for which she created original art, flyers and posters. Elizabeth draws on her expertise to provide highly professional graphic design for Alta projects, including final master planning and design reports and encouragement and education campaigns.
Elizabeth Bisenga is deeply interested in the intersection of art and design, and is always seeking opportunities to create meaning and improve communication through thoughtful, engaging graphics. She is also a cut-paper artist and illustrator. Her subject matter is influenced by her love of biking and the outdoors.
- RevitalizeWA 2016, Lake Chelan, WA Washington Trust for Historic Preservation annual Preservation and Main Street Conference Presenter, "The Art Of Redefining 'Local'” workshop
- Kincaid Street Irises, Mount Vernon, WA 2014 Washington D.O.T. permanent installation
- ArtCrank, Portland, OR 2014 Contributing Artist
- Gastronomica The Journal of Critical Food Studies 2014 Winter cover artist. Volume 14, Number 4