Briony Morrow-Cribbs’ new exhibition Scientia Carnalis uses copper plate etchings and small, delicate, paper and copper sculptures to explore the intersections between human and animal. Morrow-Cribbs’ menagerie inhabit “a psychological space usually identified as the domain of the human: emotional interactions and complex relationships...charged with the delicate nuances of passion, shame and excitement.” The artist is originally from Whidbey Island, Washington. In 2008 she opened Twin Vixen Press with Helen O’Donnell in Battleboro, Vermont. This spring she received her MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Morrow-Cribbs has received several grants and awards and has illustrated with Algonquin Books two New York Times bestsellers: Wicked Plants: The Weed that Killed Lincoln’s Mother & Other Botanical Atrocities and Wicked Bugs: The Louse that Conquered Napoleon’s Army & Other Diabolical Insects.