Ceilon Aspensen has been an artist her entire life, has a BFA in Drawing from Mississippi State University, and paints in her studio every day. See Ceilon’s artwork at her website: http://www.ceilon.com
In addition to working as a full-time visual artist, she is also an adjunct instructor at Montana State University teaching NASX-551, American Indian Art Survey, and is working on her PhD in American Studies, focusing on Contemporary American Indian Art. She taught art full-time in grades 9-12 in Baltimore City Public Schools in Baltimore, Maryland for five years from 2006-2011, taught art full-time in grades K-4 in Balitmore in summer 2010 for Camp Achieve, and taught art as a volunteer and served as an art mentor in the Bozeman area for many years prior to earning her PreK-12 Art teacher certification. Ceilon was awarded the College of Letters and Sciences Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award for her outstanding teaching. Click here to see Ceilon’s resume.