Second Quarter Challenge: Stewart Stephenson
As you probably know we have decided to pick a different artists for our quarterly challenges this year. This quarter I have chosen Stewart Stephenson http://www.stewartstephenson.com/home He is a Canadian artist that has a large body of work in a variety of mediums and styles. I think there is something for everyone here.
He has a gallery in Vancouver British Columbia Canada
It says he did some sculptures but I couldn’t find any pictures. I even sent them an email asking about them but got no response. If you find some please share them with us. Have fun with this.
Don’t forget there will be a post over on the felting and fiber forum where you can ask questions, discuss and post pictures of what you where inspired to make.
19 thoughts on “Second Quarter Challenge: Stewart Stephenson”
This one is easier than Pollock. I already have some ideas.
Great I can’t wait to see what you do.
Great choice, Ann. Never heard of him, but his work looks intriguing.
Thank you, I hope you get inspired.
Wow, so much to inspire and like you say something for everyone 🙂
Thank you, I hope you will make something and show us.
Thinking hat on. Thank you for setting the challenge Ann.
Your welcome, I am sure you will come up with something interesting.
He certainly has a variety of styles. I hadn’t heard if him either. This should be fun. Thanks Ann!
Thanks, I hope everyone will be able to find something to their liking.
Interesting choice Ann. I hadn’t heard of him before either, so if nothing else I’ve already learned of another artist! The second picture down is already singing a siren’s song in my head of felting ideas.but as you say he appears to have quite an eclectic style so there’s bound to be something for everyone here…
Glad I got your creative juices working. You have something to speed your healing. Take care and don’t go to fast though.
This looks like great fun Ann. I can’t wait to see what everyone creates.
I think it will be be fun too. I think we will get lots of variety with this challenge.
Great choice, Ann 🙂
His work is really cool.
Thanks Zed, it should be fun.