She draws from her personal experience with anxiety and depression as a means to create art that focuses on the beauty of life and encourages others. Elaine grew up in Roswell, attending Centennial High School and studied graphic design at the University of Georgia, which ignited her love for typography and bold design. After a 10 year design career, she now combines both her strategic design skills and an artistic voice to create art that enhances spaces. Elaine is very involved in public art and has several large permanent murals around Atlanta, such as a basketball court, bridge underpass, and a parking garage entrance at Atlantic Station. Her fine art has been exhibited at ABV Gallery, FreeMarket Gallery, Cat Eye Creative, MINT Gallery, The Print Shop, Empire Arts Gallery, and Arches Brewing. Stephenson has been featured in publications such as the AJC, Arts Atlanta, Shoutout Atlanta, Reporter Intown Newspapers, City Lights on WABE, and the Atlanta Street Art Map. She lives with her husband and cats in Decatur and outside of art enjoys yoga, traveling, and consuming too many chai lattes.