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Expressive Paintings by Stacie Flint at the Gardiner Library
January 9 – February 27, 2017
Artist Reception: January 27th, 4-6 PM

Artist Statement
In the gallery is a selection of oil and acrylic paintings on canvas showing themes of my work.  These include Couples, Family, New York City, Women and Pets, Flowers, Pets, Mother series, Landscape, Reclining Women, and Portraits. 
I am interested in color and energy, exploring emotions from discord to harmony.  I compose figures, still life or landscape from my natural world and surroundings, using vibrant oil or acrylic paint with immediacy and invention.  My paintings are meant to stir the soul with inspiration to live in fullness and peace.
About the Artist
Stacie Flint uses her distinctive colorful style to create commissioned portraits of her clients and their family life. Flint’s paintings and portraits are owned nationally and internationally. She has exhibited throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley, New York City, and beyond. Her art has been featured on numerous magazine covers and appeared in various 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 music CD covers by Grenadilla and Betty and the Baby Boomers.

Currently Flint is a member of New Paltz Co-op and Art Gallery Roost Studios and the Ulster/Dutchess mobile co-op LongReach Arts

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Art Exhibits
The primary purpose of the Gardiner Library Policy on Art Exhibits is to enrich the library experience of the Gardiner Library Patrons, particularly:
  • To enhance and increase community appreciation of the arts,
  • To present a variety of exhibitions by artists in the visual arts as well as exhibitions of educational and/or historical significance, and
  • To help local artists increase their public exposure.

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Display Case Exhibits

It is the policy of the Library, as part of its mission to enrich the quality of life, to provide space for exhibits and displays from the Library’s collection and through those of other local community agencies or individuals.

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