Ginny Taylor Rosner attended Herron School of Art and Design for her undergraduate and graduate education, earning a B.F.A. with a concentration in photography in 1991, and receiving her M.F.A. with a concentration in printmaking and book arts in 2016. Rosner has been an active teacher, administrator, curator, and juror. Her current studio practice embraces a variety of media, including photography, historic photographic processes, video, printmaking, and book arts. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo, group, juried, and invitational exhibitions around the country, and has been purchased for both private and public collections. She has twice been the recipient of the Indiana Arts Commission Individual Artist Project Grant. Rosner was awarded the 2007–08 Stutz Studio Residency from the Stutz Artists’ Association, and the 2009–10 Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship awarded through the Arts Council of Indianapolis.
The experiential nature of the landscape serves as a marker of time, memories, and feelings. Roads are connectors that transform and define us: we experience the joys and losses of relationships as roads lead us together or drive us apart. Our memories intertwine producing an affinity with our surroundings and providing connections to others when we are separated. My research explores how the landscape and roads we travel facilitate memories and serve as metaphor to give us a greater understanding of our sense of identity and place.