STEPHANIE HIRSCH’s work reflects themes of transformation, self-growth and the life cycle. She intentionally uses beautiful imagery and strong words as a juxtaposition. Hirsch states “A person can be both beautiful and stand strong in their power.” She uses beads and sculpture for their multiplicity of associations “I use beading intentionally for its literal and figurative depth and [for its] illumination to higher consciousness. Sculpture is used symbolically as a form of meditation, transformation and protection.
Stephanie Hirsch has exhibited throughout New York, the Hamptons, Miami, San Francisco, Charlotte, N.C. and Los Angeles. Hirsch’s work is currently on display at the Cornell Art Museum and was most recently acquired for the permanent collection of the Newcomb Museum at Tulane University 2017.