Conrad, Stephania

  • “Bust I” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust I” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Torso Trio” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Torso Trio” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Standing Nude” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Standing Nude” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Mermaid” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Mermaid” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Torso” Marble, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Torso” Marble, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust II” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust II” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust III” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust III” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust IV” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust IV” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust V” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Bust V” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Relief I” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Relief I” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Relief II” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Nude Relief II” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Markel Maison” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Markel Maison” Bronze, Numbered, Signed & Dated
  • “Figure I” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure II” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure III” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure IV” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure V” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure VI” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure VII” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure VIII” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure IX” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure X” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XI” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XII” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XIII” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XIV” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XV” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XVI” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XVII” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XVIII” Oil on canvas, Signed
  • “Figure XIX” Oil on canvas, Signed

American Contemporary

Stephania Conrad has been sculpting, painting and drawing for more than 30 years. Her pieces have been shown at Joanne Coia Gallery, the Norton Museum of Art, embassies in Washington, D.C. as well as private collections in Palm Beach, New York City, Jackson Hole, and Eleuthera, Bahamas. Described as “idealized realism,” Stephania’s bronzes capture the human form in its most natural, raw and vulnerable state. Like the artist herself, they seek to show, not preach, representing beauty without judgment.

Stephania received her MFA from Pratt Institute and her BA from Brown University. She now spends her time between WY and FL, working on her artwork and using her two daughters and dog (“Teddy”) as subjects whenever possible.