Alicia J. Stonebreaker Fine Art Gallery Introduction
We would like to offer you a warm welcome as you visit the official website for the Stonebreaker Fine Art Gallery. Founded in 2011, we are a premier internet based Fine Art Gallery offering a wide range of styles and mediums. Representing artists from Texas, California, Maine, Vermont, Cape Cod, New Mexico and Spain. Our Gallery is named after the well known Polish born artist, Alicia J. Stonebreaker (1925- 1976). Learn about Alicia's interesting life and see over one hundred and twenty-five of her oils, watercolors, and drawings exhibited in the Gallery... Read more...see our artistic goals
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Our Gallery Artists
I am Lynn Simek Morgan Stonebreaker the owner, designer, and maker of the jewelry for the Soul and Spirit Jewelry studio. I have been designing and making unique, one of a kind jewelry for over thirty years and have studied jewelry making in Massachusetts, Florida and California.
My jewelry has been featured in art gallery shows and juried art fairs in California and Florida, and has been featured in jewelry, clothing and gift shops in the San Francisco Bay area, Central California Valley, and Nevada. READ MORE
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Alicia J. Stonebreaker, Artist (1925 - 1976)
Alicia Janina Janeska was born in the town of Wieluń in central Poland
in 1925. Her parents were Edmund and Stanislawa Janecki. The family owned grocery stores, butcher shops, and houses in and around Wieluń.
Alicia began drawing and painting ever since, as a small girl in Poland, she took her sketch pad with her everywhere, “Even when my Father took us for a buggy ride. If I couldn’t find anything else to draw, I’d sketch the back end of our horse. “ Life was pleasant in the Poland of her adolescence. Between World Wars I and II Poland was free for the first time in 100 years.