Meet Stacy:

Stacy Pedri is a prolific photographer, creating magic with her first love which is capturing images in Nature and landscapes, gravitating to rustic treasures. One of Stacy’s mentors, Betty Sederquist, states, “Stacy is one of the hardest-working people I know, eager to learn about photography. Couple that work ethic with her amazing creative eye, and you have the ingredients for some fantastic images.” Stacy found photography through chronicling the lives of her two sons as they were growing up. After they were grown, she began taking classes with instructors who became mentors who helped define her passion. Her desire is to create a photograph that will entice her audience to understand and share the emotion she feels while capturing the image. She currently shows her work at, and is an active member of, Art on the Divide Cooperative Gallery in Georgetown and Old Town Gallery in Auburn. Her sons are now grown, and she loves to travel with her husband, spending time camping and searching for new landscapes, old treasures and hidden gems in Nature. Stacy has an impressive collection of numerous awards for her work. One notable recognition is that her work was selected to adorn one of the El Dorado Disposal trucks in a county-wide photography contest. Stacy’s goal is to continue to capture, create and share her inspired artistic journey through Photographic Art.

Awards: Stacy’s work has won awards at the El Dorado County Fair in 2014, 2016 and the El Dorado County Cowboys and Corn Bread event. In 2015 at the El Dorado County Fair Stacy placed and received five first place ribbons, one second place, one honorable mention, two “Best in Show” and the “People's Choice Award.” In 2017 Stacy submitted seven photographs at the El Dorado County Fair, and she received first place on all seven, with two of them being selected for “Best in Show.” At the 2017 California State Fair she won third place and an honorable mention. In 2017 at the 51st Mother Lode Art Exhibition in Placerville she won the Award of Excellence. In 2018 at the 31st Annual InFocus Photography Show through the Tuolumne County Arts Alliance she won first place in the Nature Category. She has been published in the Plumas Co Visitor’s Guide, as well as having been published in the Historic Bodie Calendar, with several pieces in the Georgetown Gazette and the Divide Community Calendar.