"Juggled Sunshine" Watermedia Image: 22" x 30" Frame: 30" x 38" $2,000
Welcome to Hazel Stone Fine Art
In my Phoenix, Arizona home studio, I paint in a style that is unique, innovative and complex. My subject matter may begin with realistic images, but may also include imaginary, whimsical or abstract forms. By combining multiple images, subjects and symbols, then revealing them on many levels or from different viewpoints, unexpected results are obtained. My love of color clarity and excitement is always present. I like to explore the unusual, unexpected and universal aspects of life, often with surprising results. I work in watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, collage and ink on watercolor paper and occasionally YUPO, a thin, synthetic plastic surface. My unique paintings are presented with archival materials, matted and framed with Plexiglas glazing.
Design elements that make my contemporary paintings stand out as being readily recognizable as HAZEL STONE include my favorite color choices, symbols, geometric shapes, patterns, and various types of line work for connections or emphasis.
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HAZEL STONE - PUBLICITY FOR 2021
“ALTERED FOCUS” an Exceptional Exhibition by the Waterworks Artists at Herberger Theater Art Gallery, 222 E. Monroe, Phoenix, Arizona, for the month of November 2021. Hazel Stone has many unusual, very colorful, abstract paintings for you to enjoy.
Hazel Stone has been chosen as one of 13 Arizona Artists commissioned to create artwork for the Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, which will be displayed in large framed areas at the
“Synergy” by Hazel Stone was juried into the
12th Annual Signature American Watermedia International Exhibition by Katherine Chang Liu, Juror.
February 13 - April 11, 2021
Fallbrook Art Center, Fallbrook, CA
HAZEL STONE - PUBLICITY FOR 2019
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Hazel Stone Interview and Watercolor Paintings:
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SOUTHWEST ART MAGAZINE featured two HAZEL STONE watercolor paintings in the October 2019 issue, “Ones To Collect.”