My work exemplifies an appreciation of nature, animals and the human form.
My artwork follows the chaotic workings of my mind. It emerges into life in a variety of mediums, sizes, formats, but it is all tied together by a deep appreciation of nature. I am best known for my three-dimensional work and detailed pen & ink drawings which depict a conceptual interpretation of reality. My work exemplifies an appreciation of nature, animals and the human form. Three-dimensional works are expressed primarily in plaster and found objects. Other mediums include watercolor, beading, acrylic, graphite and colored pencil.
Colleen Stiles is a Tulsa artist, creating in the in-between moments, when not at work or involved with her family. Mother of four boys, marching towards adulthood, and host to a veritable pet zoo, she works from her garage, or anywhere she can fit her work into her lap. Colleen Stiles received her BFA from OSU in 1997 and has exhibited both locally and abroad.