For as long as she can remember, Stacy Maeda has always nurtured a passion for both
art and animals. While she takes great pains to ensure that her detailed drawings and
paintings of animals are anatomically accurate, Stacy is adamant that her artwork also captures the animals’ individual spirit and personality. More recently, her body of work has expanded to include still life and landscape. She works primarily in oils and graphite pencil/charcoal.
Stacy earned a degree in Studio Art from the University of California at Davis but considers herself primarily a self-taught artist.
Stacy’s art has won awards in art competitions like the Artist’s Magazine Art Competition, the Western States Horse Expo Equine Art Show in Sacramento, Ca; the Art Show at the Dog Show in Wichita, Kansas; and the Draft Horse Classic “Art at the Classic” in Grass Valley, Ca.