Known for her cut paper, collage-based work and installations Bowdoin investigates the potential intersections of the visual and the literary, channeling the experience of reading into the activitiy of drawing, while reimagining our relationship to the natural world. Bowdoin earned an MFA from Tyler School of Art and a BA from Brandeis University. She has been awarded residencies at the Core Program in Houston, TX; the Roswell Artist-in-residence program in NM; and the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha, NE. Bowdoin's work has been included in exhibitions across the United States and throughout Eurpoe.
Born in West Kennebunk, ME in 1981, Bowdoin grew up on the East Coast and now lives and works in Houston, TX.