Six Images

by Stacy Lovejoy


Creating art takes me back to my childhood—that time when you admire water drops which sparkle in a sunny ray, seek funny characters in a rug, giggle over your puddle reflection and smile when a gentle wind tickles your cheeks.

Last Sick Man On Earth

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A time when you are happy-go-lucky, sensitive, almighty, and sometimes naive, but always genuine. I am an eternal child and art allows me to maintain this state of being.

The News

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I love to be in nature—to hug trees, absorb astonishing color combinations with my fibers, to examine bird coloration, membrane of leaves, which is full of moisture. I relish a beauty of a fruit pulp, a whisper of ocean sand, scents of forest.

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I’m a part of nature—its disciple and the art tool.

The Fish

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I make a connection with humanity telling real stories through whimsical shapes, unique color combinations, and my impressions that I use in my art works.

Sketch 2

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I create them while playing, without predetermining which art materials to use and what it will look like at the end.

Programming Book Goal of Achievement

Every time I examine my finished art works, I am pleasantly surprised that they were created by me!


Stacy Lovejoy is a mixed media artist who is traveling between parallel Universes and making a connection with humanity telling real stories through whimsical shapes, unique color combinations, and my impressions that she uses in her artwork. She creates art pieces while playing, without predetermining which art materials to use and what it will look like at the end.

She has recently participated in group shows at Basic Space Gallery and Sticks&Stones in Portland, Oregon.

Stacy is currently working on her solo art show at Flat Color Gallery in Seattle. You can find more of her work here.

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