Stacey Rozich's work draws inspiration from a broad spectrum of folkloric references, building vignettes that explore different human conditions that speak to a deeper significance through striking and familiar imagery. Her work depicts figures that recall one’s own relationship with the mortal world and the realm of dreams through premonition, symbolism, and nostalgia. All works are created in watercolor and gouache.
Stacey was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and now resides in Los Angeles, California.
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Commercial client list: The New Yorker, Starbucks, Refinery29, Lucky Peach Magazine, Red Bull Music Academy, The Musem of Pop Culture (MoPOP), The Stranger, Sub Pop Records, and many more.
Commercially represented by Frank Sturges Reps.
Selected Interviews and Features: House of Vans | MAKE NIICE BLOG | The Ordinary Girls | Urban Outfitters Blog | Sleepover Shows | Juxtapoz "Shrine" | Seattle Weekly | New American Paintings | Nordstrom The Thread | SCCA Alumni Blog | Mr. Monkey Show (video) One, Two | It's Nice That | Secretly Important | Seattle Magazine | WJS ArtCity Asks | Sky High Milwaukee