Born in Bangor, Maine, Priscilla Roggenkamp also lived in Virginia and Arkansas
before coming to Alliance, Ohio, where she has been living,
teaching and creating art since 1990.

She received her Baccalaureate in Art from Heidelberg College,
and subsequently studied Art at Kent State University (MFA),
and The University of Arkansas (M.Ed.).

Previously working primarily in drawing and painting,
Priscilla began creating three-dimensional work in the mid 1990s.

In 2003, she and Keith McMahon began sharing studio space,
which led to the creation of collaborative projects,
in addition to continuing with her own work.

Priscilla has taught at the Colleges of Wooster, Mount Union, and Blue Ridge;
also Canton Country Day School, James Madison University,
and the University of Arkansas, and has held workshops
in Florida, Ohio and Maine.

She is co-author of several publications
related to art and interdisciplinary curriculum.

Priscilla currently teaches at Ashland University.