Shelley Chamberlin is an interdisciplinary artist who works in a variety of media from printmaking to film to performative installation. She is interested in exploring relationality and the ways in which we build and contextualize meaning. After earning her Bachelors of Fine Arts from Marylhurst University, she ran the studio art program at Portland Art Museum. She received her Masters of Fine Arts from Goddard College. Her work has been included in a variety of film and print media, including NBC’s Grimm, The Grove Review, and Album Covers for The Speechwriters and Velvet Mishka. Her work can be found at Portland Art Museum’s Rental Sales Gallery and is included in the collections of Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland State University, Southern Graphics Council International, and Regional Arts and Culture Council's Visual Chronicle of Portland. She teaches drawing, design, foundations, printmaking, and mixed media at Portland Community College and Pacific Northwest College of Art.