About

I am a freelance artist born, raised and settled in the Willamette Valley. I worked seasonally as an environmental educator and hiking guide before dedicating myself full-time to raising my daughter and creating eco-friendly greeting cards. I also make comics, portraits, street art, and am currently working on University of Oregon’s Science and Comics Fellowship, for which I am collaborating with physicist Dr. Jeanty to illustrate her research.

When I’m not fiddling about with my hands, you’ll find me playing outside or making music with my friends.

PAGE ARIEL BIERSDORFF

CURRICULUM VITAE 

PUBLIC ART PROJECTS
  • Mar 2021 “Symmetry in Physics,” Science and Comics Fellowship, University of Oregon
  • Aug 2020 “If the Desert is Holy,” Open Air Studio, Lane Arts Council & ArtCity Eugene
  • Feb 2020 “Haiku with Ferns,” Rain Play Eugene, ArtCity Eugene & City of Eugene, OR
  • Feb 2020 “Bronze Bosh,” Umbrella Project, ArtCity Eugene & City of Eugene, OR
  • Feb 2020 “Home Banners,” Community Art Leader, Housing Development Open House, City of Eugene, OR
  • Nov 2019 “Untitled,” Umbrella Mural, ArtCity Eugene & Pacific Pub Cycle, OR
  • Sept 2019 Community Muralist, Park Blocks Open House, City of Eugene, OR
  • Sept 2019 “Bird Crossing,” Decorative Crosswalks Project, City of Springfield, OR
  • Aug 2019 “Eagle and Salmon,” Upstream Art, City of Springfield, OR
  • May 2019 “Willow Shelter,” Art in Nature Trail, Wildflower Festival, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, OR
  • June 2018 “The Loneliest Dream,” animation for film, podcast logo and promotional materials, Extinction Witness, Empowerment Works, Santa Barbara, CA
  • May 2018 “Nest,” Art in Nature Trail, Wildflower Festival, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, OR
  • Jan 2018 “River Map,” Umbrella Project, ArtCity Eugene & City of Eugene, OR
  • Jan 2018 “Yielding as Water,” “Feel The Rain,” “Orcas and Mt. Baker,” Rain Play Eugene, ArtCity Eugene & City of Eugene, OR
  • May 2017 “Willow Nest,” Art in Nature Trail, Wildflower Festival, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, OR
  • March 2017 “Women in Forestry,” “Thank You, Stewards,” and “Thank You, Forests” articles and illustrations, Northwest Natural Resource Group, Seattle, WA
  • Aug 2015 Monkey Flower Farm School logo design, OR
Collections

City of Springfield

Skills

Photoshop
Illustrator
After Effects
Leadership

Work Experience

Environmental Educator
Hiking Guide
Bus Driver