My artwork is an exploration of natural and rural settings. It is here that I feel most at peace and am prompted to do some deep introspective work.
I work in a realist style, which allows me to capture the subtle details found in nature. I work exclusively in black and white, because for me color is a distraction.
Every artwork begins by viscerally connecting with my subject matter before I ever put pencil to paper. I imagine I can hear the babbling of the brook and the wind through the trees, smell the dew on blades of grass, and feel the sunlight kissing the leaves.
I choose to work with ink on paper because it reminds me of the black and white etchings found in the illustrated classics I loved as a child.
Stacy-Ann Topjian Searle is a landscape artist who uses pen and ink to create detailed drawings in black and white.
Stacy-Ann is a juried artist and is a member of the Nashua Area Artists Association. She has exhibited in exhibitions at Beaver Brook in Hollis, NH, the Whitty Gallery in Hollis, NH, the ArtHub Gallery in Nashua, NH, the Brush Gallery in Lowell MA, the ALL Gallery in Lowell, MA, Gallery Z in Lowell, MA, Angles and Art Gallery in Haverhill, MA and the Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA.
Her work is in private collections throughout the United States.
Searle began her art education by taking workshops at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston Massachusetts. She later earned a BA in Art from the University of Lowell, Lowell Massachusetts, where her focus was on Illustration.
Originally from Lowell, Massachusetts, she now calls Nashua, New Hampshire home.