“It takes some getting used to”
…it’s not a name or title, rather what is required of those exposed to my work…and to me.
I enjoy the bizarre. I put slices of scenes that are completely unrelated together in a way that makes sense to me. I want to inspire hallucinations. I want people to stare at my images and think, “this isn’t right. This isn’t right at all.”
Stephanie was born in Hudson, New York in October of 1970, and moved to Albany in 2002. As a longtime specialty cake decorator, there was always an artistic inclination.
While studying for her BS in Accounting at SUNY Albany, she realized finding a way to detox from the unyielding world of business was critical. Deciding to expand upon her predilection, she focused her electives in Fine Arts and quickly discovered a passion for photography and digital imaging.
Inspired by nature, NYC street art, album covers and blotter art, to name a few…
The PRIDE Show + Fire & Flow
1st Friday | 6/6/14 | 5-9pm | FREE!
The Romaine Brooks Gallery at the Pride Center
332 Hudson Ave, Albany | 1st Floor
The Romaine Brooks Gallery is the Pride Center’s very own art gallery. The gallery features a new show every month to coincide with Albany’s popular 1st Friday.
The Pride Show will highlight some of the amazing LGBTQA artists featured during the gallery’s 2013 season.
In addition to this special gallery show, we welcome members of the Fire and Flow Arts Collective of Albany. Fire spinning with props of many kinds and flowing with a bright glow into the night come out and meet some very different local talent all while supporting Capital PRIDE.
AFTER 1st FRIDAY | #PRIDEweek