Candace Stoudt

Candace Stoudt

Mixed Media artist

Chester County, PA

cstoudt309@gmail.com

Biography

Candace Stoudt is a Mixed Media artist residing in Chester County, PA. Her work has been exhibited at Greater Norristown Art League, Braemer Medical Pavilion at Einstein Hospital, Wayne Art Center, Cheltenham Center for the Arts, Abington Art Center, Delaware Art League at Penn Medical Center (Radnor and Valley Forge) and Bryn Mawr Hospital, Ludington Library, Malvern Library, Henrietta Hankin Library Chester Springs, Meadowood Senior Living, Montgomery County Community College, The Fryberger Gallery at Penn State Berks County, John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove and a guest artist of MCGOPA at the Philadelphia Inquirer Building and Upper Merion Community Center. She is a member of MMX, The Guild of Paper makers, Professional Artist Member, Mainline Art Center and Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists. She has designed numerous yearbook covers for the Whitford Hills Garden Club and regatta posters for the United States Vintage Model Yacht Group. She is currently a co-chair and curator for the art exhibits at the Braemer Medical Pavilion at Einstein Hospital on behalf of the Greater Norristown Art League.

Statement

For many years I have been a beach comber and an urban street scavenger passionately gathering unusual objects and materials discarded by nature and man that speak to me. Wherever I travel I seek out beautiful papers to bring home to add to my collection.  I am inspired by nature’s beautiful colors, architecture and landscapes that surround us everyday capturing “life snaps” through my camera lens. This passion has led me to take numerous classes in watercolor, mixed media, paper making, printmaking and encaustic wax taught by inspiring artists/instructors.  When I enter my studio I bring these things together to create mixed media pieces combining bold colors, subtle tones, multiple textures and shapes. Look closely at my art and perhaps you will see something that captures your imagination and speaks to your soul. 

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