Stacy Isenbarger’s artworks provoke viewers through media interplay, perceived tensions, and open space.  She transforms the familiar into forms that challenge assumptions of our environment and cultural barriers we build for ourselves.

Isenbarger’s creative pursuits include sculpture, installation, mixed-media drawings, student mentorship and supporting community exchange through art.


As Foundations Coordinator and Associate Professor of Art + Design at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho, USA, she celebrates her opportunities to explore creative communication and empowerment. She received her BFA at Clemson University & her MFA from the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia—two places she has tremendous gratitude for especially in regard to how both experiences shaped her approach to teaching. When she's not teaching or making—and sometimes when she is—she's usually dancing since the act continuously validates her joy of community acceptance and shaking up space.

Isenbarger is the co-creator and a contributing editor for the studio art faculty online resource WhatDoWeDoNow.Art. She is also a member of the Confluence Lab.


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contact:
stacyisenbarger at gmail.com



recently

Stacy Isenbarger awarded
2021 FATE
Master Educator

during Biennual Connference

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Erosion of Air
Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, OK



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Stacy Isenbarger is featured in Broadsided Press Anthology
published April, 2022. She’s also the featured artist of the August 2022 Broadside Miscarriage with poet Tyler Mills.

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upcoming


Solo Exhibition
Eastern Washington University
opening November 2022

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(c) stacy Isenbarger 2022