Stephanie Lane’s decades long artistic practice investigates the liminal space in which energy transforms from its metaphysical state into physical form.
Working in two-dimensional imagery, Lane will combine several genres into one image in order to explore ideas about opposites, merging, emergence and boundaries. Recent exhibitions include Frictional Harmony at Marymount University’s Barry Gallery, Arlington, VA (2019), Strictly Painting 12 at The McLean Project for the Arts, (McLean, VA, 2019) and Convergence at the Wyatt Gallery at Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA (2019). Lane’s work as muralist can be found in both corporate and residential venues including The National Italian American Foundation. She worked as a photographer at The National Geographic Image Collection from 2011 – 2018. Lane attended the Corcoran College of Art and Design and holds a BGS from Maryland Univeristy. In addition to working as a fine art photographer Lane is currently an instructor at AAC where she has taught adult classes in Figure Drawing and Painting and Painting and the Creative Process since 2011.