I'm an artist based in Durham, North Carolina. I am taking an extended break from making work to sell as I spend my time on personal projects. This site will showcase my prior work until I have new pieces to share.
Traditional craft processes and folk art elements feature strongly in my work. I am inspired by color, surface pattern and antique textiles.
I come from a family of creative people; my great-grandmother's hands were always busy making clothing, handbags, and meticulous quilts. My grandfather was a skilled woodworker and knew the art of knot tying from his days in the Navy. My mother is gifted in embroidery, especially cross stitch. She makes jewelry and is a talented seamstress. When I was five or six, she taught me to sew. At age 14, I fell in love with hot glass; while in high school, I studied under Elizabeth Lyons, Brett Pierce, and Jeanne Menafo at More Fire Glass Studio in Rochester, New York.
In 2005, I graduated with a BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University with concentrations in glass and printmaking.
You can contact me at: stephanieannlemay(at)gmail(dot)com
Text and images copyright Rivulette/Stephanie A Lemay 2017.
It's OK to repost my work, but only if you credit me and link back to this site.