Roxanne Evans Stout

River Garden Studio

Roxanne Evans Stout

I am Roxanne
artist and teacher,
wanderer and dreamer
garden dweller and river walker
child of the forest... daughter of the sea
Always grateful,
always noticing
always growing.
Collaging is my love! This one is in progress...

Collaging is my love! This one is in progress...

I live and create

in the beautiful Pacific Northwest

and the mountains and the river lands

that surround my home

are my constant inspiration. 

I share my art in workshops throughout the United States and abroad and have had my work shown and been published internationally.

I also teach online workshops to students who are from all over the world. 

Find out more


My filming station for A Book of Trees.

My filming station for A Book of Trees.

My newest online workshop

DayDreams and

Window Light

With Jeanne Oliver Designs

Build a beautiful artist book inspired by color and light!

Wont you Join Me?

You can find out more about it here.

This is my filming station for Daydreams and Window Light, my new online workshop with Jeanne Oliver Designs.

This is my filming station for Daydreams and Window Light, my new online workshop with Jeanne Oliver Designs.


My offerings

Let me help you find your magic


Sharing my passion

I have often thought what greater way for an artist to share their passion about the art that they love than to teach. When I think and talk about teaching, I am really talking about being a guide. I love to learn new methods and processes and to teach them, but when I am teaching I feel that I am a guide. A guide to helping you tell your own story through art, a muse to inspire you, and a vessel of inspiration for you to draw from. What I love about my own teachers is that by believing in me, they helped me believe in myself.


What still remains

On My Worktable

Renewal: the state of being made new, fresh, or strong again; the state of being renewed

Before I begin a project I love to collect and spread out small objects that inspire me. I take a walk through our gardens and under the trees. I cut a flower, pick up a stick or feather, and find a leaf or stone that calls to me and bring them into my studio. Then I spread them out carefully and arrange them, intuitively and almost without thinking...and shoot some photos. This is what you see here, from different days or months at my home in River Garden Studio. This process helps connect me to the earth, the seasons, and helps me feel renewed. 




finding beauty in the smallest details


a ticket to anywhere


tools passed down from artist to artist


thoughts and words, colors of nature



by roxanne evans stout

Storytelling with collage


Every collage has a tale to tell.

Tell your story in paper, fabric, and objects collected from your world. Storytelling With Collage will inspire you to capture your poetic thoughts, fond memories and passionate daydreams in a soft and simple style. Using simple tools and supplies that delight you, you'll learn to work with a variety of prompts and will discover how each element you select--from small shells collected on your last trip to the pretty paper you unwrapped from a recent gift--has its own part of a complete narrative. Nine collage prompts will walk you step-by-step through a collage creation as you work with textured papers, fabric, stitching, found objects, images, natural materials, color, wax and metal.




Embark on a journey of self discovery as these pages call you to add to them—to write, draw or even collage. Dancing on Raindrops presents a vibrant compilation of rich photographs, unique mixed-media art, and prose that not only tells my story but will lovingly empower you to tell yours, as well.

As this stunning and visually-poetic book unfolds, you’ll be inspired in many ways - Uplifted by your original connection to art - Encouraged to see the beauty in your own world - Reminded to honor your unique creative process. Prompts and evocative questions are sprinkled throughout, inviting you to reflect and contemplate your own story.

Color and light

Everything comes together

taking me back

Earth symbols dance in my head

from a distant land

The artist is a receptacle for emitions that come from all over the place:
from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, form a passing shape, from a spider’s web.
— Pablo Picasso