A r t i s t, C o l l a b o r a t o r,
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Stephanie is a visual artist working between sculpture and applied art. Inspired by the environment, from geology to weather cycles to the intricate growth patterns of flora, she uses natural and found materials wherever possible to create work in response to her surroundings. Through her work, she aims to reconnect people with the natural world, generating conversations, connections and emotional responses.
Graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2013, Stephanie has worked on commissions from high-end furniture for The New Craftsmen to sculptural seating in public parks in London (MUF Architects). Over the past year, she has been focused on shifting her practice from design to contemporary art. Coming from a design and making background has given Stephanie the skills to realise her ideas using various materials in a considered way.
She currently works from her studio in Bristol creating works for exhibitions and private clients. Alongside this, she is a co-founder of Studio Meraki (est. 2016), a collective of artists committed to improving public spaces through use of community-led design and arts facilitation.
With long-term views of creating large-scale public art works that prompt conversation and interaction, Stephanie is passionate about combining both sides of her practice; arts facilitation and sculpture.