Rob Schouten Gallery presents LUMINOUS MEADOWS Paintings by Stacey Neumiller

by Rob Schouten Galleries 23rd March 2018

Skagit Valley Cow Pasture - Stacey Neumiller - oil on canvas


April 7 - 30

Artist’s Reception

Saturday, April 7 from 5 to 7 pm

During Langley’s First Saturday Art Walk

Light refreshments will be served




Wetting His Whistle - Stacey Neumiller - oil on canvas


In keeping with the bright colors of Spring we are pleased to present Stacey Neumiller’s new paintings of what she knows and loves most: Animals around the Farm. Employing a combination of acute realism with colorful stylized backgrounds Stacey’s instantly recognizable style gives us a glimpse into the many ways living with farm animals inspires the artist. Her love of a straightforward simple farm life is reflected in the straightforward simple presentation of her subject, making for paintings of clarity and a tender rendition of the quintessential elements of farm life.


The rest of the gallery is filled with outstanding selections in glass, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, encaustics, woodworking and fiber arts by our gallery artists.


Haute Goature - Stacey Neumiller - oil on canvas


Please join us for our Artist's Reception on Saturday, April 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. in conjunction with Langley’s First Saturday Art Walk when Langley’s galleries and shops are open until 7. Many of our gallery artists will be in attendance and light refreshments will be served. We’d love to see you.


Rob Schouten Gallery, a premier showcase for Whidbey Island and Northwest artists, is located at 101 Anthes Avenue, Langley WA at the corner of First and Anthes. The gallery is open Weekends 10 - 5, Mon. Thur. Fri. 11 - 4. Tue. Wed. by appointment.


For further information, call 360.222.3070 or email

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Friday, 23rd March 2018, 03:53pm.
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