Stephanie Paige is an Indiana artist devoted to capturing her surroundings via the language of visual poetry.
From a very young age, she exhibited a great interest in drawing, a love she never outgrew. As she reached the end of her highschool years, she realized her greatest desire was to pursue her dream and fulfill her goals as an artist. Since then, Stephanie has wholly devoted herself to pursuing excellence in representational art.
Since beginning her journey, the artist has been privileged to study with such master artists as Kenn Backhaus, Dawn Whitelaw, Michael Malm, Johanna Harmon, Susan Lyon, Michelle Dunaway, and Rob Liberace.
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April 2016 - Awarded First Place in the First Brush of Spring Non-Professional Division for her painting, "Color-Blind".
July 2016 - Accepted into the Hoosier Salon 92nd Annual Exhibition 2016 with paintings "Kathy: Sensitive & Sweet" (SOLD) and "Commonplace Beauty" (SOLD).
October 19, 2016 - Accepted into the 118th Annual Exhibition of Richmond Area Artists Show with paintings "Complementary Thoughts" (SOLD) and "Childhood Playground" (SOLD) (Juror: Mark Ruschman).
November 3, 2016 - Awarded the US Bank Award of Excellence for painting, "Complementary Thoughts" (SOLD).
December 5, 2016 - Accepted into the Scottsdale Artists' School's The Best and the Brightest with her pieces, "The Art Spirit", and "Chyna".
February 9, 2017 - Received the Purchase Award from the Scottsdale Artists' School for her painting, "Chyna". "Chyna" is now a permanent member of the School's art collection, and can be found hanging in the student lounge.
April 2017 - Participated in the 13th Annual Field to Finish Show at the Hoosier Salon Gallery, New Harmony, with two pieces. First, a field study, entitled, "First Impressions", and a finished, studio painting, "The Street Revisited".
April 2017 - Participated in a Group Show at the SullivanMunce Cultural Center in Zionsville, IN with three pieces painted and drawn during the weekly life drawing sessions held at the Center.