The art of Stacie Flint is all about color; her oil and acrylic paintings complement the warmth of summer. These vibrant works depict figures set in lively, patterned interiors, as well as unique still lifes and landscapes. They combine inventive color, painterly brushwork, playful, animated energy, and create a light and breezy world with a feeling of freedom.
Flint also uses her distinctive colorful style for commissioned work; creating portraits of her clients and their family life. She teaches a workshop at her studio on creative expression, and in addition to being a member of Roost, is part of the Gardiner Open Studio Tour and the Ulster/Dutchess mobile co-op LongreachArts, andsings in the women’s choral group Bloom.
A resident of New Paltz, Flint’s paintings and portraits are owned nationally and internationally. She has exhibited extensively throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley, New York City, and beyond. Her art has been featured on numerous magazine covers including Chronogram, The Valley Table, The Ulster County Community Guide, HITS Program Guide and The Van Wyck Gazette and has appeared in various issues of The New York Times, Hudson Valley Magazine, Poughkeepsie Journal, New Paltz Times and other publications. Her commissioned public art is on permanent display at Ulster County Area Transit in Kingston. Flint illustrated a children’s book “Ten Pigs Fiddling” by Ron Atlas (2005 Amberwood Press), and created work for two music CD covers by the band Grenadilla.
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