Geo Rutherford is a working artist, illustrator, writer, and content creator. Her artistic practice includes printmaking, artist’s books, and large-scale mixed media works focusing on notions of invasiveness, impermanence, and the unseen in relation to the Great Lakes. Geo received a BFA from Eastern Michigan University and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a specialization in Printmaking and Book Arts. During the school year, she is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee teaching 2D Concepts, and in the summer, the Art Director at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. In her spare time, she co-chairs the #whyyoumatter non-profit public art campaign. Currently, Geo lives in Sauk City, Wisconsin with her dog, Padfoot.
Find her Great Lakes Artwork at https://www.georutherford.com/