About Stephanie Patton
Born in New Orleans, LA, Stephanie Patton is a multimedia artist whose work crosses the realms of sculpture, painting, photography, installation, performance, video, audio, and text. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from the University of Louisiana in Lafayette and a Master of Fine Arts degree in photography from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has studied various types of vocal and comedic performance in New York through The New School, Upright Citizens Brigade, and Gotham Writers Workshop. She is currently the producer and host (as the character Renella Rose Champagne) of Lost in Love on KRVS 88.7FM.
Stephanie has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, with shows at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Elizabeth Houston Gallery, and Voltz Clarke Gallery in New York; the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Louisiana ArtWorks, the Contemporary Arts Center, and Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans, LA; and Galerie Patricia Dorfmann in Paris, France, among other venues. She is represented by Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans and Voltz Clarke Gallery in New York. She is also a founding member of The Front, an artist’s collective in New Orleans. Her work is often humorous in nature and frequently investigates aspects of human emotion.
Joan Mitchell Center Residency, 2019
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I find that creating humorous objects breaks down barriers and allows for the beginning of an open and genuine dialogue between my art, the audience, and myself. Issues that remain constant in my work are an exploration of mental and physical health, themes of healing, comfort, and self-preservation.”