Ebonnie Hollenbeck is an artist originating from different parts of Southern Ontario and is currently on the road traveling Canada from the Eastern provinces to the West. She recently graduated from her Honours in Fine Arts at Queen’s University, focusing on stone lithography and mixed-media printing. Hollenbeck’s interests lie in nature, antlered wildlife, landscapes and ideas surrounding the hunt, which she expresses both through printmaking, drip-painting murals and found object installation. This has led her to develop a series called Into Your Hideout where she uses prints and objects to create an alternate world to place the viewer within. On a continual basis she plays with concepts of hiding, being seen, searching and natural and constructed environments. With regards to hunting and scavenging she performs the concepts she is interested in thru the acts of collecting antlers, furs and feathers. From there, Hollenbeck creates pieces 3-dimensional works with which she integrates into he installations as a way of transforming the work into an all-encompassing space.