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Seeing the Light

When we were camping in northern Michigan last week, the nice couple in the lot  next to us were “extreme” sort of campers and had gone on trips up to 50 days long. So, they had learned the art of packing efficiently. They had one of these LED lanterns – and it was unbelievable. I’m… Read More

2014 ArtPrize Entry: “Treasured”

Now that our venue has been secured, I’m pleased to announce that once again I will be part of the big ArtPrize art event in Grand Rapids! The biggest art competition in the world will begin September 24, 2014. Our venue will be the historic and lovely Westminster Presbyterian Church located in the Heartside area… Read More

Artwork Returns to Lake Express Muskegon Terminal

Travelers on the Lake Express ferry will again enjoy an exhibit of my fine art canvas pieces  throughout the Muskegon terminal for the 2014 travel season. The artwork was returned for the opening of the travel season on May 1, 2014. Additionally, the canvas artwork  – along with matted photo prints – will be available for purchase… Read More

Niedzwiecki Exhibit Opens at Forest Hills Fine Arts Center

The exhibit for travel, nature and fine art photographer Stacy Niedzwiecki opened on March 5, 2014 and will run through April 1, 2014. The show is open during regular hours of operation (Monday–Friday, 9am –5pm) and designated evening hours. Niedzwiecki joins a diverse line-up of highly accomplished West Michigan artists in the 2013/2014 series of… Read More

Two Photos Earn Place in the 2014 NANPA Showcase

The North American Nature Photographers Association (NANPA) is pleased to announce that all 250 of the winners of the 2014 Showcase can now be seen on their website. This year, all 250 images can be seen in the new Showcase Gallery. This is the first time I’ve had photos make it to the final Showcase. The… Read More

Glimpse of Saint Mary’s Mercy Health Exhibit

Here is a glimpse of some of my photography on canvas pieces currently on exhibit in the Main Lobby of Mercy Health St. Mary’s in Grand Rapids. There are 14 pieces in total, including my 2012 ArtPrize entry piece, “Edge of Isaac”. Inquires on purchasing a piece should be directed to: Keri Kujala (616) 685-1891… Read More

Guest Artist Series at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s, Grand Rapids

Photographer Stacy (Cossolini) Niedzwiecki will have a display of fine art nature-based photography at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  The work will go on display by January 10,  2014 and hang through February 20, 2014. All of the works are available for purchase. 25% of the sales will go back to the… Read More

Niedzwiecki Selected for Forest Hills Fine Arts Center Artist-in-Residence Program

Photographer Stacy Niedzwiecki one of five artists selected for the Forest Hills Fine Arts Center 2013–2014 Artists-in-Residence program Exhibit: March 5 – April 1, 2014 Public Reception: Thursday, March 13, 2014, 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. in the lobby The Fine Arts Center will feature a diverse line-up of highly accomplished West Michigan artists in… Read More

First United Methodist Church Exhibit

Photographer Stacy Niedzwiecki is exhibiting approximately a dozen of her fine art photography pieces on canvas at First United Methodist Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Included in the display is Niedzwiecki’s 2012 ArtPrize entry – The Edge of Isaac.  Art Gallery First Church considers art a form of praise and worship. They regularly rotate exhibitions… Read More

ARTengage! Reception – November 6, 2013

ARTengage! will be having an artist reception at their gallery located in downtown Rockford, Michigan – the public is welcome to attend. Come meet the artists and have a great time! Wednesday, November 6, 2013 6pm – 8pm For those of you looking for gift ideas, Stacy (Cossolini) Niedzwiecki will be happy to sign her… Read More

Artwork now Available at ARTengage!

ARTengage! is a fun new place that just opened in Rockford, Michigan. It’s a fine art gallery and painting class studio. All of the fine art featured was created by LOCAL artists. Painting classes are about two hours long, and Ron Pleune guides you through an acrylic painting, start to finish, that you can take… Read More