Stephanie Rew
Yellow Dahlia


'Using Kimonos and period costumes for her models, Rew has created an evocative style all her own. Her powerful, stunning, portraiture transcends that which we see and brings to light the hidden mystery that lies deep within.'

Informed Collector 2014



 Edinburgh based artist, Stephanie’s strength lies in being able to capture the female form in all her glorious guises, whether clothed or not, with sideward glances catching passing thoughts and emotions.

A graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee, her work hangs in collections across the globe, including in The Royal Bank of Scotland’s headquarters in Edinburgh, Standard Chartered PLC in London, HongKong, Dubai and P&O Ferries.

Stephanie’s most recent move towards costume painting – everything from the corset and bustle to the kimono- is another element that strikes a chord with the viewer. The elegance and serenity captured is complimented by her lightness of hand to show delicate fabrics draped across the figures.


April 2014           Haynes Gallery, Nashville, TN, USA   - 'Celebrating the Portrait as Art' 

August 2014       Thompson's Galleries, Aldeburgh, UK  - Stephanie Rew and Judith Bridgland -

Nov 2014   Waterhouse Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA, USA -  30th Anniversary Exhibition 

Dec 2014 Galerie L'Oeil Du Prince, Paris - Group Show

Feb 2015 Red Rag Gallery, Bath  -The Scottish Show 

March 2015 Alpha Art Edinburgh - The Scottish Exhibition

April 2015 Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair - Art Exposure Gallery Stand

July 2015 Thompson's Gallery -Summer Show Dates tbc

Aug 2015 Coburg House Open Studios, Edinburgh, UK.  7-9th Aug 

Aug 2015 Coburg Collective  - Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh 21-30th Aug

August 2015 Haynes Galleries (Thomaston, ME)  - Women Painting Women : Aug 14th - Sept 19th

October 2015 Caledoniart Portrait Show - A Group show at Thompsons Galleries, London

October 2015  Haynes Galleries (Nashville, TN) - Women Painting Women 

November 2015  Waterhouse Gallery, Santa Barbara CA - The Figurative Show

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