Shanna Galloway is a visual artist whose drawings and paintings merge influences from classical Greek art and mythology with the body language of modern dance and choreography and touch upon ancient archetypes. Working from live models, she uses sequences of line and form that synchronize into rhythmic and evocative images. Published poetic writings have appeared in The Great Goddess, edited by Lucy Lippard, and been exhibited as conceptual intermedia works. She has had over a dozen solo exhibits and has been in close to fifty invitational shows both in major art centers and in college galleries in Los Angeles, on the East Coast of the United States, and in Florence, Italy.  She lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Her work is included in many corporate and private collections.