Elspeth Schulze is a visual artist from Southern Louisiana, a place where land and water meet. She sews, casts and cuts forms, combining digital fabrication with ceramic and textile processes. Recent work explores the idea of a porous place, a passage between one thing and another. Schulze holds an MFA in Ceramics from the University of Colorado Boulder, a BA in Literature from Loyola University New Orleans and studied patternmaking and garment design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Recent exhibition venues include the Vicki Myhren Gallery at the University of Denver, Colorado; Oklahoma Contemporary in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; The University of Colorado Art Museum in Boulder, Colorado; the Galleries of Contemporary Art in Colorado Springs, Colorado; The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; RedLine Art Center in Denver, Colorado; Union Hall in Denver, Colorado, and Calico Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.