Exhibitions

A Vibrant Life

Dear Friends,

I am excited to show you 4 oil paintings selected from about 35 that will be exhibited in a solo show of my work, titled appropriately A Vibrant Life. My art is a personal reflection of my daily life, honest, easy to relate to and to love. It is expressed through a vibrant spirit of color, pattern, and sense of freedom. Through my process I have been inspired to create works that highlight quirky imperfection as well as harmony, my current focus. Gathered together it has a strong and pleasing emotional impact. The show will include a variety of works of invention and reference, such as my family portraits. Perhaps they will inspire you to commission one for yourself!

No Dogs Allowed
Table with Roses
Tea with Mother
Looking

Top left: No Dogs Allowed (30"24"); Top right: Table with Roses;
Bottom left: Tea with Mother (30"x40"); Bottom right: Looking (8"x10")

Vibrant Life postcard

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Women, Cats and Dogs

For Immediate Release
Contact: Nancy Donskoj 845-338-8473

Stacie Flint
“Women, Cats and Dogs”
at
Donskoj & Company Gallery
93 Broadway, Kingston, N.Y. 12401

June 5 – June 26, 2010

email-inviteFor the month of June, Donskoj & Company Gallery at 93 Broadway in the Rondout section of Kingston will feature the figurative, expressionistic paintings of New Paltz artist, Stacie Flint. Flint says that her work reflects her life, which is "... a colorful, direct, narrative of ordinary moments in a day, inspired by the commercial and fast paced aspects of the suburban lifestyle." In these vibrant oils, imaginary people, pets and things appear isolated, but interact within a bold composition. Even if the figures sit quietly, it is evident that they jump with energy. Flint says that "...I paint to organize disparate pieces of my life into a perspective that infuses the work with the feeling that it is good to be alive."

Stacie Flint's paintings are collected in the United States and Europe. The images have been used as magazine covers, for a children’s book illustration, on an album cover, and a stage set. Stacie Flint also paints portrait and public commissions. One of her portrait commissions is in the collection of film director Shawn Levy (Night In The Museum, Date Night), and in 2009 she completed five large canvases for Ulster County Area Transit in Kingston, NY, which features staff and passengers of the buses. In 2010, she has been selected to create a painting for inclusion in the forthcoming book, "How To Paint a Donkey", from a poem of the same name by Arab/American poet Naomi Shihab Nye. Scotswoman Louise Grieg is compiling it and has chosen the 52 artists from the US, Europe and the Middle East, requesting that they paint donkeys to serve as a metaphor for individuality and self-belief. The book will be distributed throughout the UK and on Amazon.

The opening reception is Saturday, June 5, 5-8 pm. Guitar music will be provided by The Berman Brothers, the artist's sons, from 5:30 - 6:30. To hear one of their songs, and how well it blends with the visual imagery of the artist's portfolio, view the video at youtube.com/stacieflint.

Gallery hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 1-6pm and by appointment. For more info: www.donskoj.com

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New York City Themes

Paintings by Stacie Flint
Prints by Karen Whitman
The Sixth in a Series of Exhibits Curated by Lenny Kislin at
Oriole 9
17 Tinker St
Woodstock, NY
May 21 - June 17, 2008

Opening Reception Friday, May 23, 4 - 6pm
For more information please call Lenny at 679-8117

Chrysler Building

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Barclay Street School, NYC, and Phantom Designs

are proud to announce a revolving exhibit by contemporary artist Stacie Flint. These works with family oriented themes and vivid colors were chosen to stimulate the children and interest their families.

Below are the paintings and giclée prints that are on dispay at the Barclay Street School. Please contact Stacie for information and prices.

If these images inspire thoughts of a personal family portrait, consider having Stacie create an original painting for you. Imagine parents, children, relatives, or pets, combined with your favorite clothing, personal objects, or other fun stuff from your daily life or memories, in the setting of your choice. Stacie uses your own photos as a guide to create your original portrait. To see other commission paintings by Stacie, go to the Commissions page.

December
December, 20"x24"
Hot Dogs
Hot Dogs, 24"x30"
Dog Walk
Dog Walk, 24"x36"
Fluff
Fluff, 24"x30"
Frigidaire
Frigidaire, framed giclée print, 13"x16"
Birthday Cake
Birthday Cake, framed giclée print, 14"x17"
Duncan Hines and Panasonic
Duncan Hines and Panasonic, 30"x24"

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