by Stephanie Milner

Stephanie uses found and recycled items to make collagraphs: prints created from a collage of items and textures that have been applied to a rigid surface called “plates.” Not only can you buy your own unique print at our Holiday Bazaar, but you can also enjoy seeing her artwork hanging in the Grand Central room here at Living Green as part of our Community Art program!

More about the Maker

What do you do here at 420 Lexington?
I’m a Receptionist at ESRB.

For how long have you been making your craft, and what got you started?
I’ve been making collagraphs for 15+ years.

Where do you find your materials?
Most of my materials are office items that would otherwise be discarded. Many of my plates came from the backing cardboard for a shipment of flyers we received at my old office. I use the plastic straps that secure large boxes. I have scooped out many a hole-puncher. I am also a huge fan of the tabs in the K-Cup boxes.

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Visit Stephanie during our Holiday Bazaar in Suite 2550 on Tuesday, December 18 from 12 to 2pm where she’ll be selling her crafts.

Can’t make it to the Bazaar, but still want to connect?