Piece description from the artist
Abstract series focusing on how colors make us feel. The yellow wavelength is relatively long and essentially stimulating. In this case the stimulus is emotional, therefore yellow is the strongest color, psychologically. The right yellow will lift our spirits and our self-esteem; it is the color of confidence and optimism. Too much of it, or the wrong tone in relation to the other tones in a color scheme, can cause self-esteem to plummet, giving rise to anxiety and fear.
MG Stout is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Philosophy from Rosemont College in 1996. In the summer of 2006, she completed the graduate summer studio residency at the Virginia Commonwealth University. That fall she was invited to be a resident studio artist at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton Virginia. As a studio artist she invited the public to share her painting process. Stout began to travel to various places in the DC Metro area and sketched on the Washington Post. The series was wildly successful and developed into a series: Real Life Sketching with Mary Gallagher Stout. Later that year, she co-produced and participated in Art Out Loud, a free live art exhibition, and a concert at the Workhouse Arts Center. Her belief in the transformative power of art making fueled many other community centric art exhibitions and installations during her tenure. In 2012, she partnered with likeminded artists and founded Studio 4 in Old Town Alexandria, VA. "We wanted a place where art could be used as a vehicle for social change." By 2013 Studio 4 was named "BEST Gallery" by the Washington Post Express. Stout worked with Wounded Warriors Project and produced, "After the Parade"- a series of paintings she created in collaboration with veterans to raise awareness about PTSD and the impact it has on families. In 2018 Stout relocated to Northern California. Stout found a private studio in San Francisco, and exhibited locally but missed being part of an artist collective. She accepted an invitation to be a resident studio artist at the Peninsula Museum of Art in Burlingame, CA. Then COVID shut down the world and the museum closed. Stout moved into 1890 Bryant Street Studios, San Francisco and is an active member of the art community. In 2021 Stout relocated Fort Lauderdale, FL, and was invited to be a resident artist at Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines. However, she couldn't give up the community she found in San Francisco so now she's a bi-coastal artist and maintains two studios. Stout creates custom pet portraits for Uncommon Goods Catalog and Website. Her work has been chosen to be a part of various curated collections on Saatchi Art. Stout exhibits annually with The Other Art Fair, Los Angeles edition, produced by Saatchi Art and SuperFine Art Fair in San Francisco.
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