I create feelings of movement and music, through the lines, colors, and shapes of living things. The graceful movements of the horse have inspired my artwork since I was a child; clothed in the trappings of diverse cultures, horses share the tapestry of our world history.
Contemporary artist Stacey Mayer's drawings and paintings are recognized by equestrians worldwide. A precocious artist, she is well known for the colorful gesture drawings, and colorful paintings she's created since childhood. A Seattle native, Stacey grew up riding her Anglo-Arabian horse in the hills of Woodinville, WA.
See the upcoming feature on Stacey's artwork in, "Equestrian County Magazine", of Australia.
Stacey has created artwork for the Israeli Arabian Horse National Championships, European Championship Liberty Class Sculpture in Italy, and original paintings now in collections from Dubai, to Cairo. Her bronzes were presented on behalf of the Pacific Morgan Horse Show Association, and as bronze portraits of champion Arabians.
Stacey and her husband, Phil, have four grown daughters, and one grandson. They make their home just north of Seattle.