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Neumiller Image Featured In Natural Awakenings Magazine

March 9th, 2011

Neumiller Image Featured In Natural Awakenings Magazine

March, 2011
Stacey Neumiller's painting "Dad's Tomato" has been featured in the Natural Awakenings Magazine - Miami March issue. To see the article, visit click on the link provided and browse to page 44.

Neumillers Farm Scenes At Garry Oak Gallery

August 9th, 2010

Neumillers Farm Scenes At Garry Oak Gallery

July 27 2010, Whidbey News Times -

Join Garry Oak Gallery Aug. 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. for a First Fridays Celebration of oil and acrylic painter Stacey Neumiller and her scenes of farm animals. Guests will be offered chocolates, wine and a wonderful collection of local artworks.

Neumiller’s style of painting has grown out of her background as a fine artist, graphic designer and illustrator. She uses rich, bright oil or acrylic pigments in combination with strong simple compositions.

“I delight in rural farm life,” Neumiller said. “To me it’s the best possible way to live. But not everyone can or wants to live on a farm or in the country. That’s where my art comes in. I paint my vision of what rural farm life embodies: animals, birds, crops, fresh air, fragrant grass and of course, red barns. All of these things ground me and make me whole. With my art, it’s my goal to share my connection to this pure, simple lifestyle.”

Neumiller will be Garry Oak...

Rooster Flies To New York

August 9th, 2010

Rooster Flies To New York

February 27, 2009, National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic -
"Chanticleer" a painting of a beautiful black rooster by Stacey Neumiller was chosen as a finalist in the National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic 55th Annual Exhibition. The exhibition took place at the famous Salmagundi Club on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The Salmagundi Club serves as a center for fine artists from New York and around the country-providing exhibitions of paintings, sculpture and photography, conducting art classes and painting demonstrations and art auctions throughout the year.

Neumiller Painting Wins Peoples Choice For The Second Time

August 5th, 2010

Neumiller Painting Wins Peoples Choice For The Second Time

August 2007, Island County Fair -
"Pasture Pals" by Stacey Neumiller took the People's Choice Award in the Fine Arts division of the Island County Fair. The People's Choice Award is given to the piece of artwork that earns the most votes from people attending the show. This is the second time a Neumiller painting has won this award.

Stacey Neumiller Finalist In The American Women Artists Annual Juried Competition

August 4th, 2010

Stacey Neumiller Finalist In The American Women Artists Annual Juried Competition

December 9, 2005, American Women Artists Annual Juried Competion -
Stacey Neumiller's painting of two cows entitled "Bert & Ernie" was chosen as a finalist in this year's American Women Artists Annual Juried Competion. The month long exhibition was hosted by the Texas Art Gallery in Dallas, TX and began with an Artist Reception for the finalists on Friday, December 9, 2005. American Women Artists is an organization that is dedicated to the inspiration, celebration and encouragement of Women in the Arts.

Neumiller Wins Merit Award At Port Townsend 7th Annual Juried Show

August 3rd, 2010

Neumiller Wins Merit Award At Port Townsend 7th Annual Juried Show

October 8, 2005, Port Townsend Arts Commission and Jefferson Arts Alliance -
"Christopher's Girl" a vibrant painting of a hen by Coupeville artist Stacey Neumiller received a Merit Award in the 7th Annual Juried Art Show sponsored by the Port Townsend Arts Commission and Jefferson Arts Alliance. Jurying the show was Ester Luttikhuizen, Director of the Kittredge Gallery of the University of Puget Sound. The show was made up of 100 works of art selected from over 500 hundred entries submitted by artists from Washington, Montana, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho and British Colombia. A reception and awards ceremony for the artists and patrons was held at the Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend, Washington.

22nd Annual Artists Magazines Art Competition

August 2nd, 2010

22nd Annual Artists Magazines Art Competition

August 1, 2005, The Artist's Magazine -
Stacey Neumiller's artwork, "Lucy & Ethel", has been selected as a finalist in the Animal Art category of th 22nd Annual Artist's Magazine's Art Competition.

Southwest Art Magazine - Artist To Watch

August 2nd, 2010

Southwest Art Magazine - Artist To Watch

January 2004,
Southwest Art Magazine, By Julie Osterman -

There’s no deep, hidden meaning in the work of Washington-based artist Stacey Neumiller. She just hopes that her rural scenes of large subjects against miniature backgrounds amuse her viewers, “just lift them up a little bit, to give them a little smile,” she explains. Most of Neumiller’s colorful oil paintings feature animals, birds, and plants found in agricultural settings—from oversized cows, pigs, roosters, and sheep to giant corn stalks and tomato plants—which isn’t suprising considering that the artist grew up on a farm in New Jersey and remembers drawing horses at the age of 5. “I wanted to do something that combined animals and the outdoors,” Neumiller says. She started out painting en plein air but felt her work was too similar to other artists’ and found it too time-consuming since she is also the mother of two boys.

Neumiller’s current series feels more natural to the artist, who works...

Dark Horse Wins

August 2nd, 2010

Dark Horse Wins

September 3, 2003,
Whidbey News Times -
Stacey Neumiller's oil painting "Midnight Horse" won Best of Show and the People's Choice award at this year's Island County Fair Fine Art Show. The Central Whidbey artist often chooses subjects that celebrate Whidbey Island's agrarian roots. "I've always loved anything to do with agriculture, plants and animals." Neumiller said. "I drive around Whidbey Island and get ideas." Neumiller said she looks for amusing subjects and anything that is "bright, cheerful and will make people smile." Neumiller has gravitated to oils. "I love the vibrancy of oil colors and the feelinng of the reaction between a brush and canvas," she said. "I can almost get a three dimensional result with oil."

Neumiller Bovine Garners Award

August 2nd, 2010

Neumiller Bovine Garners Award

April 20, 2002,
Whidbey News Times -
Coupeville artist Stacey Neumiller won first place at the Associated Arts of Ocean Shores 2002 Fine Art Show in Ocean Shores, Washington. This juried art show attracts top artists from around the region. The winning painting of a large colorful cow, is typical of the artist's vibrant style.