Soulful and dynamic describes Stephanie Revennaugh’s work. Her sculpture is born from an intimate acquaintance with her equine and canine subjects and executed with delight in form and texture. She is especially charmed by her whippet pups Bijou and Chloe and Mo her Thoroughbred eventing horse.
Revennaugh’s work has been featured in exhibitions and publications globally. In May 2019 Revennaugh was honored to be included in an exhibition under the patronage of His Majesty the King of Bahrain. The National Sculpture Society (NSS) awarded Revennaugh the 2017 Marilyn Newmark Memorial Grant for a meritorious body of work in animal sculpture. In 2018 She was elected as an NSS member. The Desert Caballeros Western Museum’s show, Cowgirl Up! has awarded Revennaugh 2014 Best New Artist, 2018 Museum Purchase Award, and 2019 First Place 3D.
Revennaugh is largely self-taught through various workshops with notable artists in the US and France. She divides her time between Montana and California. Living her early years in Ohio, Central, and South America gave her a taste for adventure and exploration. Drawing on experiences around the world, Stephanie continues to evolve, creating ever more evocative work.