Dakotasky Bowen is an interdisciplinary artist and candidate for her Bachelors in Fine Arts in Print and Narrative Forms from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. Her works primarily focus in Intaglio etching influenced by the human figure, collage and political/ mental anxieties. She also creates ceramic work is influenced by the study of form and texture.
Bowen has had work exhibited in the UWM’s Union Art Gallery, Riverwest Fem Fest Exhibition 2016, Kenilworth Square East Gallery, Akara Arts, as well as multiple group sales including Object and Image Sale, Hover Craft and Bayview Gallery Night. In addition she has also received Arrowmont School of Art and Craft- UWM Workshop Scholarship and Received two Support for Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURF) grants including one that allowed traveling to London and Paris in 2014 to conduct studies on Gustave Dores engravings featured in “London a Pilgrimage” published in 1872.
She currently resides in the Midwest working as a personal ceramic studio assistant for a local artist. Is building a personal practice, and hopes to continue to engage with the community through workshops, teaching and other community arts.