Wally Workman Gallery: Group Show: Light
- december 2 – december 23, 2017
- Opening Reception | Saturday, December 2, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
GROUP SHOW: LIGHT | AUSTIN, TEXAS
Wally Workman Gallery exhibits a new graphite drawing by Stephanie Strange in a group show titled Light. Included with thirty juried artists, Strange shares her perspective on the subject with her unique story telling of utilizing minimalistic lines.
Works included in Wally Workman Group Show: Light
Tectonic River II
Graphite on Paper
41″ x 41″
Artspace | Raleigh, North Carolina
- december 1, 2017 - january 27, 2018
- First Friday Walk | 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
CHARACTER TYPE | RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA
Featuring a two person exhibit, North Carolina artist, Scott Hazard, and Texas artist, Stephanie Strange. Sixteen new typewriter drawings will be on exhibit by Strange.
Artist Residency 100West Corsicana
- November 15 - 29, 2016
ARTIST RESIDENCY DOWNTOWN CORSICANA, TEXAS
During this residency, I will be living and working in the beautiful building of 100W located in the country urban downtown of Corsicana, Texas. Its an interesting space that will provide the time and solitude to process an exhibit of typewriter drawings. I will be exploring the organic energy created on a rigid machine. The drawings will be on exhibit in 2017 (tba). It is a welcome to share the space with other artist and writers of this small mecca of creative minds present. A variety of my typewriters will be part of the traveling gear and no doubt making their own tappings.
‘The Art Of Typewriting’
- October 26, 2015
A WORK BY STEPHANIE STRANGE INCLUDED IN THE ART OF TYPEWRITING
It is a pleasure to announce THE ART OF TYPEWRITING by Marvin Sackner, Ruth Sackner, Steven Heller, includes a typewriter drawing by Stephanie Strange in their newly published book of collected typewriter works.
“In this authoritative publication, the founders of the Sackner Archive of Visual and Concrete Poetry, the largest such collection in the world, apply their experience, mining the collection they have created over four decades to present examples produced by more than 200 of the world’s finest typewriter artists. From the early ornamental works produced by secretaries in the late nineteenth century to more recent works that consider the unique position of the typewritten document in the digital age, there is an astonishing and delightful range of creativity in every artwork.” -Thames & Hudson
Harlequin Creature Journal
- October 2015
FIVE WORKS INCLUDED IN HARLEQUIN CREATURE’S UNIQUE PUBLICATION
I am thrilled to announce five of my typewriter works are published in the very unique Harlequin Creature Journal. As a matter of fact this is how they describe themselves: “harlequin creature is…a place for all kinds of interesting and peculiar creatures to convene and share their literariness and artistic underbelly. a journal sure to be unconventional in today’s overwhelmingly digital age, and, at the same time, very much in touch with a nostalgia for an earlier era… with a circle of friends that spans from los angeles to ann arbor to new york, every single journal is hand typed on high quality paper. each copy is then hand bound, and a limited number include artwork by a featured artist.
a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation founded in 2012 in the state of new york.
A feature chapbook including four of Strange’s typewriter works, two drawings and two visual poems. Also included in the journal is a hand typed poem.
Wally Workman Gallery 35th Anniversary Show
- August 15 - August 29
- Opening Reception | August 15 Saturday 6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
GROUP SHOW 35TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW | AUSTIN, TEXAS
Established in 1980, Austin was a sleepy college town and West Sixth Street was known for its Sunday brunch. Today, Austin is the 11th largest and 2nd fastest growing city in the country. As Austin has changed, the Gallery has been able to grow its programming. In 1980, the local market could support art posters. Now, in 2015, the gallery represents 60 different artists with work ranging from landscapes to more process oriented color field studies to figurative work that comments upon and reflects our social climate. The gallery’s clientele has evolved from a small group of loyal local collectors to a dynamic regional and international base. We celebrate these years, and those to come, with a group show exemplifying the depth and breadth of the talent we are so lucky to represent. We thank all the artists and patrons who helped us get here. Three juried works by Stephanie Strange will be included in the exhibition.
Wally Workman Gallery
1202 West 6th Street • Austin, Texas 78703
New Representation with Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery
- June 1, 2015
NEW REPRESENTATION | CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
Stephanie Strange Studio is pleased to announce New Representation with Anne Neilson Fine Art Gallery of Charlotte, North Carolina. Anne Neilson Fine Art represents emerging artists and internationally acclaimed, mid-career artists. Beginning June 2015, Strange will have work on exhibit and available inventory for interested collectors. Anne Neilson will be exhibiting Graphite on Paper drawings and adding the Typewriter on Paper Series at a later date. Please visit the gallery, introduce yourself and meet Anne Neilson and gallery director Elise Bainbridge at your convenience.
pictured, Anne Neilson, gallery owner.
photo credit Brian Schindler Photography
30 Poems In 30 Days
- April 1 - April 30
THE POETRY CHALLENGE
April is National Poetry Month. It was organized in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. For National Poetry month, I am taking the Poem A Day challenge. The Poem A Day Challenge can be seen in my blog category Poem A Day April 2015 or fan page photo album .
- Novemeber 2014
CANADIAN MAGAZINE PUBLISHES STRANGE’S VISUAL POETRY
I am happy to announce one of my typewriter works, The Line, is published in the Canadian magazine Rampike. Vol.23 / No.2 ‘The Poetic Eye’ featuring over forty visual poets and its a honor to be in such good company. Page 64. Support this creative supporter!
10 Years in 12 Months Art Subscription
- January - December 2013
ART SUBSCRIPTION CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF MAKING ART
10 Years in 12 Months is a special Limited Edition Art Subscription commemorating the anniversary of opening an art studio in 2003 and continuing a productive and professional art career. It includes original art works delivered to subscribers once a month for 12 months beginning January 2013 and ending December 2013. The theme is original work inspired by the first 10 years of Stephanie Strange’s art career and at the end of 2013 subscribers will have 12 original works from the artist Stephanie Strange comprising one complete set of the limited edition of 10 Years in 12 Months Art Subscription.
Thank you to all the subscribers for celebrating my first ten years of making art professionally. It was great fun sending a new art work each month. I posted a photo for each month of the collection you now have. Enjoy and here’s to the next ten years.
Gifts to the Permanent Collection
- March 19 - April 2, 2013
- opening reception | march 19 | 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
GALLERY : TEMPORARY INSTALL OF A PERMANENT COLLECTION.
This exhibition celebrates some of the most recent additions to the University Galleries’ Permanent Collection and is the second exhibition to highlight gifts to the collection. Not only does it recognize the donors who have helped the University Galleries develop and expand its Permanent Collection, but this exhibition also introduces and presents the gifts to the university and local community.
Within the last few years, The University Galleries’ Permanent Collection has grown considerably, due to the ongoing generosity of donors. These recent gifts represent a passion for collecting and a dedication to stewardship in the visual arts. The variety of the artists whose work is represented reflects the varied interests of donors Richard and Nona Barrett (Dallas) and Dr. Timothy Dwight Woolsey (Austin). The exhibition, comprised of over 20 new gifts, includes works by David Bates, Julie Speed, Richard Tuttle, Annabel Daou, and Terry Winters, to name a few. – Mary Mikel, Texas State Gallery Director
[l to r] Julie Speed, Stephanie Strange, John Sloan, Richard Tuttle.
Note from artist: Pictured second from left is a significant drawing of my professional career. Once I opened my studio, it is the second drawing I completed, it took almost one year and consists of approximately one million circles. It is now in the permanent collection of Texas State University. Its a must see and in good company.
photo: Texas State Gallery
‘Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology’
- Publishing Date May 20, 2014
STRANGE TYPEWRITER ART TO BE INCLUDED IN BOOK
I am happy to announce an invitation to contribute select images and interview to a book of art produced on, with or by typewriters. Typewriter Art: A Modern Anthology is the production of Barrie Tullett of Caseroom Press commissioned by Laurence King Publishing. Caseroom is known for and received much acclaim and recognition for their eclectic and experimental books. Laurence King is recognized as one of the world’s leading publishers of books on the creative arts. An Anthology of Typewriter Art will include a range of works created using typewriters over the last century by artists and poets worldwide. With my long and diverse history of artistic works with typewriters, I am thrilled to be included!
Available May 20, 2014
Visit Barrie’s website for more on his work The Caseroom Press
Strange Treks the Appalachian Trail
- March 23, 2011 - October 8, 2011
ART WALKS NATURE
Strange sets off on a long trail to hike 2,181 miles north bound from Springer Mountain in Georgia. Fourteen states and six months later she will arrive at the peak of Mount Katahdin in Maine finishing her journey. Nature has a strong connection in Stephanie’s work. Her analysis of life cycle is a language written in her processes and this trek will be an exploration of walking close to the simplicity and complexity of nature.
“In 1921, the Appalachian National Scenic Trail was simply an idea. Benton MacKaye proposed the idea of the Trail as the connecting element of “a project in regional planning.” The efforts of countless volunteers made that part of MacKaye’s idea a reality.” … Hiking the Appalachian Trail offers unparalleled opportunities to explore, experience and connect with nature … read more www.appalachiantrail.org/site/c.mqLTIYOwGlF/b.4805859/k.BFA3/Home.ht
Texas Country Reporter Features Typewriter Art
- March 12 - 13, 2011
BOB PHILLIPS INTERVIEWS STRANGE
Texas Country Reporter visited the SS Studio and filmed about four hours of questions and process. It was a lot of fun to meet Bob Phillips and the crew and what an honor to be included in the library of Texas uniques and creatives. The Typewriter Art segment will air the weekend of March 12 and 13, 2011. Enjoy!
New Representation with Wally Workman Gallery
- December 4, 2010
- opening reception | december 4, 2010 | 6pm - 8pm
NEW REPRESENTATION | AUSTIN, TEXAS
Stephanie Strange Studio is pleased to announce New Representation with Wally Workman Gallery of Austin, Texas. Wally Workman Gallery recently celebrated thirty years of business in fine contemporary art of emerging and collected artists. Beginning December 2010, Strange will have work on exhibit and available inventory for interested collectors. Wally Workman will be exhibiting from the Typewriter on Paper Series both 2D and 3D as well as the Graphite on Paper body of work. Please visit the gallery, introduce yourself and meet Wally and Rachel at your convenience. Upcoming reception is Saturday, December 4 from 6 to 8 pm.
pictured left to right, Rachel Haggerty and Wally Workman