About the Artist

Born in 1978, Stephanie Perry grew up on the northern most part of Vancouver Island in a small fishing village and was heavily influenced by the natural landscape in the wild areas that were her playground.  Her art mostly consists of landscapes and ecological subject matter like plants and animals, most of which she viewed and interacted with on the island or throughout her Canadian adventures. Being an avid bird watcher and nature enthusiast much of her inspiration comes from her own personal experiences, her work becoming a visual biography.  She has dabbled in a variety of media such as oils, textiles, watercolor and sculpture, but her recent work within the last decade has been primarily acrylic and oil on canvas or panel.  Stephanie first studied Art in Victoria BC at Camosun College and then finished her degree in Fine Arts at Concordia University in Montreal QC in 2003.  She furthered her education and love of the arts to complete a teaching degree at University of Calgary in 2006 and taught Art in junior high and high school settings for a few years before starting her own family. Being a stay at home mother brought her back to her devotion to painting and creative expression and the natural landscape of the Canadian Rockies were a great inspiration for renewing her interest.   In recent years she made the move from BC to Sylvan Lake Alberta, where she is currently working and finding renewed inspiration in her changing landscape.

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