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stephanie martin

“Oh, you’re painting your dog,” a friend once remarked upon walking into David Hockney’s studio. “No,” said Hockney, “I’m painting my love for my dog.”

I have long appreciated wild places and creatures, but my art work has given me even greater regard for the design and diversity of nature.  Painting a landscape or drawing a bird forces me to observe much more keenly a familiar creature or place.  I wrangle with what is the most essential information to convey, and — just as important– what to leave out or merely suggest. I take a 3-dimensional subject, render it in two dimensions, and hope that the final product conveys a fourth dimension.

Stephanie Martin is a painter and printmaker living in California. Stephanie’s recent series of intaglio etchings depicts the flora and avifauna of her native landscape. She sketches birds and nests at regional natural history museums, and finds botanical subjects in local gardens, farms, and wildlands.

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  • Martin Robin and Nest 7.5x8 etching with aquatint unframed
  • Martin Orange Crowned Warbler 5x5 etching with aquatint unframed
  • Martin Trillium 5.75x9.25 etching with aquatint unframed
  • Martin Marsh Wren Nest 5x5 etching unframed
  • Martin California Poppies  10.5x7 etching with aquatint unframed
  • Martin Anna\'s Hummingbird 4.25 x 4.25 etching unframed
  • Martin Kestrel 11x8 etching with aquatint unframed
  • Martin Marsh Wren 4.5x4.5 etching unframed
  • Martin Persimmon Lit Sky  7x13 etching with aquatint unframed
  • Martin Burrowing Owl 6x10 etching unframed
  • Martin Iris Douglasiana 7x12 etching with aquatint unframed
  • Martin Two Persimmon 5x5  etching with aquatint unframed