Okay… just sent off my email with photo attachments showing spirits manifesting in my artwork to the producer of Coast To Coast AM about doing a possible interview with me on their show about the spirits/ghosts and animals manifesting in my abstract paintings!
BRAND NEW WEB SITE LAUNCHED!!! Art by Staci Brown
Internationally collected Artist Staci Brown grew up in the Hudson River Valley of New York and now lives in the magical Sonoran Desert of Arizona in the Southwest USA. Staci is an emerging, self-taught artist whose style combines a gentle flirtation between abstraction and suggestive realism. Her paintings are held in private collections in England, Wales, Scotland, Holland, India, Canada and across the United States. Many people are drawn to her Abstract paintings because of the spirits that come through in her work, some as photo-realistic portraits; while others are drawn to her imaginative impressions and vibrant color mixes.
Staci used to see and hear ghosts all the time but decided to tune them out till she and others noticed they were appearing in her paintings. Since then she has welcomed them to come through in her artwork. So, don’t be surprised when staring at one of her paintings if you see human faces or animals staring back at you! This just happens on its own…, as she does not intentionally paint these human faces or animals… In her painting Purple Haze a message came thru, a word this time! Clearly visible is the word LOVE under one of the spirit faces!
Staci enjoys using Acrylics on canvas and panels, working with both brushes and knives; often she will incoporate texture, sometimes embedding semi-precious gems into her paintings. She also likes working with Oil Pastels and Water Colors on paper. Staci has been asked what inspires her when she creates a new painting. “Most of my paintings start in my dreams while I’m sleeping and when I wake up I paint from the memory of my dreams. Other times I just allow the paints to lead me. I listen to their calling and become one with the paints, brushes, and canvas!”
Staci is also a musician and a weaver of twisted tales of fiction.
Currently Staci is donating 30% of all sales on her original paintings and prints to the American Red Cross in support of victim relief due to tornadoes that affect Americans through the end of the 2012 tornado season.
On March 12, 2012 London based art news, Art Smacked reviewed Staci’s artwork! http://artsmacked.com/2012/03/12/tornado-relief/
Staci’s profile on Fine Art America where you can purchase prints of her artwork as well as some of her original paintings.
Staci’s profile on Zazzle where she has licensed some of her artwork for purchase on various products.
Hey everyone, did y’all know there’s a Jerry’s Artarama here in AZ?! Right in Tempe at Rural and the 60! They always have great prices and awesome to work with unlike some other experiences I’ve had locally lol Here’s a link to their Tempe store!
And here I was ordering from their store way out in NC! lol
I just did a search for Interior Design and up popped the blog Artsy Forager written by Lesley Frenz. With her years of art experience starting as a child growing up with artwork in her own house to a degree and work in the art world it’s not surprising this young woman has an eye for color and composition!
Here’s a link to her blog Artsy Forager where you will find a treasure trove of Art and Artists!
On March 12, 2012 London based art news, Art Smacked reviewed Staci’s artwork! Check out the review below:
I’m always on the lookout for a new charity to donate a piece of my original artwork to, so if you know of a charity in need that has an upcoming fundraising event let me know about the charity! I just ask that you give me at least 6 to 8 weeks advanced notice of when the charity would need the artwork delivered. If the charity is outside of America please extend the advanced notice to 8 to 12 weeks.
Or, if you would like I can set up an auction for your charity fundraising event on eBay’s Giving Works and donate 100% to your charity as long as your charity is registered with eBay’s Giving Works. I still need the heads up advance though. 😀
I will NOT donate my artwork to any racist, sexist or warmongering groups who spread their brand of hatred on humanity, the animal kingdom or our earth! In other words, I will help a church, just NOT a church like Fred Phelp’s! lol 😀
I love helping animals, children, the elderly, LGBT groups, veterans, the poor, homeless, education projects, the Arts, public radio, public television, libraries. However, anyone/group is welcome to request/suggest a donation of my artwork for a charity fundraising event. 😀