Stacey Mayer

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Contemporary equine artist, painting and sculpting horses, and wild animals since I was a child. See the current issue of Equestrian Country Magazine, Australia, for an article featuring my artwork. Volunteer art teacher in Darrington, WA for several years.

Born in Seattle, I am a great enthusiast of living and working on the Pacific Northwest. We raised our four daughters here, and can't imagine living anywhere else! I love living near Puget Sound, and enjoy working in our flourishing tech community. We're surrounded by amazing people choosing to work here, from all over the world; I'm thrilled to share the Northwest spirit with everyone.

Location Everett, Washington Pacific Northwest
Country United States
Member Since FEBRUARY 12, 2019
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Social Audience 25K
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  • Family and Relationships
  • Pop Culture
  • Large Animals
  • Travel
  • Traveling
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Stacey Mayer Artist

Her art shares the colors, dreams, and stories experienced through a lifetime exploring horses and animals of the American West. Her style was particularly distinct, even as a young child learning to draw the wild animals and ponies at the Seattle Woodland Park Zoo. Her equine art shows the influence of the champion Arabian, Appaloosa, Friesian, Haflinger, Morgan, Paint, Quarter horses, and Saddlebreds she once knew, like the famous stallions and mares Bear Paw, Calico Girl, Carolina Caberet, Chystal Vision, Ga'Zi, El Hilal, Khemosabi, Mondo, Although her work also includes wild birds, North American animals, native fish species, and even prehistoric animals of every type, her horses remain her trademark.

Paintings and Prints

Her style was particularly distinct, even as a young child learning to draw the ponies at the Seattle Woodland Park Zoo. As a young mother, she would draw images of fantastic birds, unicorns, mermaids, and wild mustangs all running and prancing together to delight her four girls. Her equine art showed the influence of the Arabian horses she once knew, like the famous Arabian stallions Ga'Zi, El Hilal, Khemosabi++++//, *Muscat, and The Egyptian Prince. Now a grandmother, she draws beautiful horses of all breeds and imaginary beasts to share with children and the young at heart all over the world.

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