Colorado native Andrea Stolarczyk is an artist and art teacher happily headquartered in Fruita, Colorado with her husband and two children. She has an everlasting affection for America's great public lands, and especially those of the West. 

She employs various techniques and media to her work, including painting, printmaking, and photography, and she is endlessly fascinated by both the process and outcome of artmaking in earnest.

In addition to her personal artwork being collected by patrons across the United States, she has shown at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, the Cottonwood Center for the Arts, Commonwheel Artists' Co-op, and The Mountain Arts Festival. Her pedagogical training has occurred under MoMa, The Smithsonian Institute, The National Gallery of Art, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and the John Muir Laws Wild Wonder Conference, among others. 

Andrea is an appointed member of the Fruita Arts and Culture Board and believes strongly in the ennobling power of art, especially as expressed locally and collaboratively. 

Her work may be purchased here.

She is thrilled and honored to spend a year in our National Conservation Areas, observing, contemplating, and responding. Please feel free to follow along on the journey!

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