Artist Statement

Stephanie Krimmel explores concepts of time, scale and human experience in her work. Her work is born from practice; she makes it a habit to create every day. Currently she is creating a time-based series of digital paintings called the Daily Art Habit. In this series almost every painting is a continuation of the previous day’s work, and it currently spans over 1100 consecutive days’ practice. A single painting in the series can represent a time capsule of anywhere from one day to many months.

Inspiration for the work comes from the physical environment, her emotions and daily actions and events. Her process is driven by curiosity and exploration… what would happen if?

Before becoming a practicing artist, Stephanie’s career was in Web site development and UX, and this professional experience influenced her choice of artistic media. Most of her work is digital, and whether it’s digital painting, video or projections, the primary medium for all is light.


Stephanie Krimmel | Feedback Loop

April 6 — April 29, 2023

Seattle Art Fair | July 21-24, 2022

Visit Shift Gallery – Booth A08at the Seattle Art Fair: July 21-24, 2022Tickets at:

Q&A with Stephanie Krimmel

To make a painting a day since May 2018 like Stephanie Krimmel has done is

Stephanie Krimmel | Forty Nine

March 3 - April 2, 2022

Stephanie Krimmel | Three Years Plus

August 5 - August 28, 2021


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