January 18th 2014 -- White Hills Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibit called “Earth’s Flow,” by emerging mixed media artist Stephanie Peters. The exhibit will be on display from Friday January 24th through Saturday March 8th, with an opening reception on Friday January 24th from 5-7pm.
Stephanie Peters is originally from the Washington D.C. Area, and graduated from the University of Arizona in 2009 in Fine Art. She has previously exhibited in Tucson, Phoenix, New York and the Washington D.C. Area. In addition to being a mixed media artist, Peters runs her own graphic/web design business, Speters Designs, and is the Executive Director of White Hills Gallery.
Last year, she was selected along with 24 other artists to be a part of Verde Valley Land Preservation’s ‘A River Runs Thru Us,’ a traveling exhibit about the Verde River that is currently on display in Phoenix at the Executive Tower Governor’s office.
Peters will also show for the first time a new series on river fish using acrylic paint on colored canvas. The fish reflect her interest in their movement and rhythm as they form in schools. Also on display, will be a selection of previous work including mixed media three dimensional paintings and selected pieces from her internationally sold series called “The Energy of White,” a series of white paintings discussing nature vs. nurture.
Peters works with a variety of materials in both abstract and traditional compositions. She works with the intention to break the boundaries of two dimensional surfaces with texture and sculptural relief. Her work discusses nature in an aesthetic and conceptual way. Her paintings can be found in collections internationally. For more information about Stephanie Peters, visit www.StephArtist.com.
White Hills Gallery is located in downtown Camp Verde at 325 S. Main St., an hour north of Phoenix, near Sedona. Peters’ solo show, “Earth’s Flow,” will be on display from January 24th through March 8th 2014. During the opening reception on Friday January 24th from 5-7pm, there will be live music by Wendy Harford and Jo Agostinelli, hors d’oeuvres provided by The Horn, with beer by the Verde Brewing Co. and wine available. For more information, visit www.whitehillsgallery.com