'Cecilia in Spring' is a responsive artwork to the reverence and awareness of adoration, commenting on the incisive and effeminate strength of women.
This artwork draws from an imagined environment of paintings, movement and sound.
'Stephanie's response to this invitation to exhibit is delivered in 'Cecilia in Spring', an artwork that celebrates women and one women in particular.
Inspired by the Royal Academy of Art 250 Exhibition in Newport, Stephanie's tactile, rhythmic and multi dimensional artwork draws from an experiential walk through the gallery, with focus on historical information of one artists admiration for one woman.
While simultaneously turning the response back on Stephanie's current work on female empowerment,William Russel Flint painting, 'Gitana Dancers Resting', gave the artist a focal point of reference, his effervescent muse.