Steffany Suze Boucher is a visual artist and certified sound therapist. She has shown her work throughout the United States in both solo and group exhibits including Illinois, Colorado, Brooklyn, New York City. She received her MFA in Sculpture from Parsons School of Design in New York City and her BFA from Western Illinois University. Her 15 years of teaching includes Parsons School of Design, NYC, Bemis School of Art and Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs in addition to K-12 schools and educational programs in Art and Design, Sculpture and Drawing, in addition to Art History.
She creates symbolic votives: sculptures, collages, drawings and installations, placeholders for morphogenesis and mythology. These unique personal votive organisms mutate and emerge reflecting the ever changing living world’s response to bio-engineering, industry, genetic modification, sound frequencies, new technologies, conditioning and environment. Votives also serve as physical figures for themes and characters from her writing, Creative writing and research are the foundation of her studio practice.