Amanda Linn McInerney is a Texas-based visual artist and printmaker. She is one of the co-founders of Artist Screen Printing Cooperative where she teaches screen printing to the public. She graduated from Iowa State University in 2004 and continued her printmaking career in San Diego, California until she moved to Austin in 2010. Inspired by electron microscopy, her work consists of simple compositions to emphasize the organic growth of life and chaotic scenes to display stress and tension. Currently her work is based on mortality and traditional burial practices of Native American tribes.