Project 24 pieces still available!

Project 24 was an effort to capture the landscapes of all of the Leelanau Peninsula wineries in paint, to connect you to the land that your wine comes from. You all made that project a wonderful, huge and humbling success. You inspire and motivate me with your support! Thanks to your purchases, we were able to donate $1,000 to the Leelanau Conservancy to help protect and preserve this awe-inspiring land. Thank you so much — that is truly awesome!
Though the majority of pieces have found great homes — some with people whom I already knew, and others I’m happy to have met for the first time through this endeavor — a few of the paintings are still looking for their forever home. Here’s a glimpse at the pieces that are still available.
To purchase any of these pieces, please email with the title of the painting.

Black Star Farms, 24 x 48, oil, $1,200


Black Star Farms, 30 x 30, oil, $900


Bluestone Vineyards in Springtime, 12 x 24 (diptych), oil, $315


Lake Leelanau Narrows near Boathouse Vineyards, 20 x 20, oil, $440


Boathouse Vineyards in the Fall, 24 x 48, oil, $1,200


Cherry Republic, 18 x 18, oil, $280



Good Harbor Vineyards, 30 x 30, oil, $900


Green Bird Organic Vineyards, 18 x 18, oil, $350


L. Mawby, 36 x 48, oil, $1,900


Longview Winery’s Vineyards, 36 x 48, oil, $1,900


Raftshol Vineyards, 24 x 24, oil, $575


Shady Lane Cellars in Springtime, 30 x 30, oil, $900


Tandem Ciders, 16 x 16, oil, $280

About Stephanie Schlatter Art

Stephanie Schlatter is an Artist who draws from the world for inspiration. While she calls Grand Rapids, Michigan, home she’s often off on new adventures. For more than a decade, her journeys have taken her across the globe. She has studied art both locally and abroad, including time in Mexico, where she decided to shift her focus from photography to painting. Stephanie's travels led her to found Absolutely Art: A Project for Change in 2006. Through this non-profit organization, she brings art instruction to the children of Ethiopia while supporting their education. Stephanie's work reflects an expression influenced by other cultures which resonates a variety of influences that have given her work direction.

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