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Stephanie Storey

Reuniting Old Friends: Celebrating 300 Years of New Orleans with Art

New Orleans is one of those rare American cities that oozes history -- walk the streets of the French Quarter or stroll down the Esplanade or take the ferry over to Algiers Point, and you'll feel the sagas that have played... Continue Reading →

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If I sign yours, you sign mine

Today, I retire my old, beaten up copy of Oil and Marble. I've carried this copy all over the world, asking fans, friends, and family to sign it. "If I sign yours, you sign mine." (The idea was given to... Continue Reading →

Art-Inspired Beer in St. Pete’s

There was so much to love about my recent visit to the MFA in St. Petersburg, Florida: nearly 5000 years of art including Monet, O'Keeffe, Morisot, Corot, Inness, de Kooning; exhibits that give voice to the voiceless; an art BOOK CLUB... Continue Reading →

Happy Paperback Day!

Today is paperback day -- the day when Oil and Marble is officially out in paperback. Although my debut has been out for over 2 YEARS, this all still feels new to me, and holding my paperback for the first... Continue Reading →

Summer 2018: Paperback and new TV Show

It's going to be a busy summer for the Oil and Marble household... The paperback edition comes out on June 19th. So, this summer, we will be traveling around the country doing book events, signing copies at bookstores and museum shops,... Continue Reading →

Cézanne Portraits in DC

Have you ever heard the quote, "What others say about you says more about them than you"? I couldn't stop thinking about that quote as I walked through the current exhibition of Cézanne's Portraits at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.... Continue Reading →

Hack a Museum

Recently, I went on a Museum Hack tour -- "unconventional tours of the world's best museums" -- at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Mine was an "un-highlights tour" which -- according to their website -- put "an alternative... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Art Exhibits in 2018

To prepare for my year, I've combed magazines, art blogs, museum websites, and friends' brains searching for the best art exhibits of 2018. Here's my list for the top 10 must see exhibits of this coming year. May it inspire... Continue Reading →

Writing Historical Fiction: Choose Better Details

(I teach writing classes all across the country. Check my Events page for upcoming classes) The question came as we were wrapping up the discussion about my novel, Oil and Marble: "How do you find and choose specific details in your... Continue Reading →

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