Stacie Speer Scott
Stacie Speer Scott, photo courtesy of the artist,James A. Michener library.
BORN: April 2, 1954, Brockton, Massachusetts
I like a rough surface. I do molding, printmaking, sewing, and embossing. I seek to mesh the disjointed into a smooth flow through color, theme and composition.
Stacie Speer Scott is a painter, sculptor, and printmaker. Her main interest is paper and the endless possibilities of working in paper. Collage with painting is her primary medium, and she expresses herself both two- and three-dimensionally. Her techniques include molding, embossing, printmaking, and sewing. The primary themes that have interested her over the years are people- their feelings and relationships to others and to their objects as well as landscape and its organic symbols. Scott is an art educator and has taught at Bucks County Community College, Chandler Hall Health Services, and trained teachers in the area of the fine arts at George School. She is also active in theater set design at the Annenberg and Touchstone Theaters. Scott has exhibited widely in the area, from Phillips Mill to the Philadelphia Watercolor Club, and has earned significant awards.