I walked into the gallery to find that Stephanie has taken up livestock sitting, pigs or pig to be exact. Yeah, Stephanie was hip deep in pig slop, yelling soo-ee SOO-EE. For a woman with a little voice, she can really belt it out. Man, that girl can do everything! Almost all kidding aside, she got a commission to paint a "realistic" pig. She really takes her research seriously. I would just Google it and then take one of the fish she paints, put a flat nose on it, draw in some legs, and presto. I would call it recycled or up cycled and have people breaking down the door to get it.
Back to the show... being colorblind, I'm not sure I can fully appreciate abstract work, but I try. So it really hurt when Stephanie asked if I see in 3d. "Well, yeahhhh... everything's not flat; I'm not blind." And then she handed me a pair of 3d glasses. I said, "Oh. Well, I'll just put these on." Oh my God! The paintings were alive with texture and depth. There was movement and space. I ran from one painting to another. "Wow! Look at that!" I looked at Stephanie. She was smiling - no - laughing. What an experience! I absolutely loved it. If you haven't seen this show, GO! No, stop what you're doing right now and get yourself to White Hills Gallery.
After the excitement Stephanie helped me with my web page at which time she called me a vertically challenged two year old that couldn't even reach the pedals of my car to drive. I kid you not! Just ask her. Well, I thought that was a little harsh and even she said, "Well, maybe I will just shut up now." In the end, she was a great help, and I had a wonderful time. I will find out if it all worked in 48 hours.