Signe Stuart

Signe Stuart: Born in New London, Connecticut in 1937. After a career spent as an artist and educator in the Midwest, Signe Stuart currently resides in Santa Fe. Stuart earned her B.A. from the University of Connecticut (1959), and her M.A. from the University of New Mexico (1961). She also studied painting at the Yale-Norfolk Summer School. Stuart is a Professor Emeritus at South Dakota State University. Stuart has received many awards including an NEA Fellowship in Painting and two, Art-in-Public Places Commissions. Stuart's detailed canvases have been shown in exhibitions throughout the United States, and her work is in many public and corporate collections.

"I want people who look at my abstract artworks to experience resonance with Nature's relationships, fields and patterns. Sequence, structure and spin, metaphors for Nature's rhythms of creation and destruction, are my emphasis. My painting practice is about tuning the material to the idea. My new paintings on plexiglass question physical and psychological space: above/below, between and through; questions about boundaries, transparency, suspension and reflection. "