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Painter Stephanie Pierce: Impossible to Capture-Light & Time in Paintings

Stephanie Pierce’s paintings explore relationships between light, time, and perception as it is reconsidered over time. Stephanie's work has been exhibited at The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; The Staten Island Museum, NY; and Asheville Art Museum, NC. Her work is represented by Jupiter Contemporary in Miami, Alpha Gallery in Boston and Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects in NYC. Stephanie received a Peter S. Reed Foundation Grant in 2018 and a Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant in 2014. Her work has been published in the New Yorker Magazine, Harper’s Magazine, and is included in the collections of William Dreyfus, and Joan and Roger Sonnabend among others. Stephanie's upcoming solo exhibition, Simple Pleasures, will be at Jupiter Contemporary, Miami, in October 2023. Stephanie is an Assistant Professor of Painting at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

“My most recent body of work consists of paintings centered around indulging what can be loved within my day-to-day experience. An intimate world is presented by way of sustained consideration and a reflection of light, time, and shifting perception. These kaleidoscopic paintings record ongoing transitions that crystalize an emotional light and often verge on the hallucinatory.”


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