Friday, May 3, 2019

Roxanne Evans Stout

Hello everyone! Roxanne Evans Stout here today to share
some of my favorite art works created with my stencil designs, both by myself and by my students!

One of the highest points last year was doing a workshop in Mary Beth Shaw's amazing studio in Saint Louis, and the very next day filming collage stories! 

I used some of my newer stencil designs and loved the projects that my students and I made.
"Collage Stories" my online workshop with StencilGirl® Products was born and if you haven't taken this online course yet, it is wonderful!!!

I used a variety of my stencil designs in these pieces during this workshop:

You can find this sweet turtle design here:

I loved creating this bear, drawing him reminded me of the little bears that
the Pueblo Indians carved and sculpted in Taos, New Mexico.

This little bird stencil design was created by a lovely student in The Netherlands, where I was invited to teach last year. I love her colors and layers of collaged material! This bird is called Songbird of Hope:

These shields are some of my favorite symbols and this page was created in a workshop in Taos, New Mexico called Fragment Keepers. I love the colors here! This stencil, "Journey" has a lot to choose from to add to your art!

The following are pages from a workshop I taught at Art and Soul in Portland a few years ago.
Don't you love the colors and backgrounds?

This magnificent horse design is called Moon Gazer and I created this art piece in a book made of plastered pages.

And this hawk was created in the same book:

This is a stencil design called Forest Floor and it is much fun to work with, in parts or as a whole!

Here are some of my students working with several of my stencil designs at Way Art Yonder in Jamul, California!

And here are pages from the same workshop!

I've been experimenting with Venetian plaster and modeling paste...
these are my results from Circles in the Sand which I share in my Daydreams and Window Light online workshop!

Designing stencils has enriched my life. Drawing them keeps me connected to more representational images, especially while my other work can be abstract.

I would love for you to take a live or online workshop from me and I am filled with gratitude of this beautiful life where I can design stencils, create and meet people from all over the world, like You!


  1. Beautiful work Roxanne! I’m always so inspired by your connection to nature and the innovative techniques you share!

  2. I took your StencilGirl online class and loved it! The works you show in this blog post illustrate your inspiring use of iconic forms. Thank you!


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