Stephanie Come'-Ryker Fine Art







Stephanie Come-Ryker

Stephanie Come'-Ryker Fine Art

Lafayette, IN


Stephanie is a fulltime artist living and working in Indiana. While she calls Indiana home, she also travels regularly, shooting reference photos for commissions, attending select shows and thoroughly enjoying the experience of meeting new people and seeing new places. She finds much of her inspiration through these travels.

Stephanie's work can be found in numerous private, corporate and museum collections throughout the United States and abroad. Her medium of choice is acrylics, and her paintings are, generally, quite large. Animal subjects, including horses, are most often painted life-sized or larger.

Articles about Stephanie and her work included in:

Art Collector Magazine

Horses In Art Magazine

Lafayette Journal and Courier

Nuvo Magazine

Indianapolis Star

Polo Edition Magazine

EquiShopper Magazine

Dressage Extensions Magazine


Mural Mosaic Book 'Le Cadeau Du Cheval'

Television interview

Indiana TV18 News

Awarded Hoosier Salon Curator's Purchase Award, Indiana State Museum for 'A Good Day For It'

A sample of Stephanie's work can be found in :

The Indiana State Museum

The Museum at Prophet's Town

The Bob and Ellie Haan Select Artist collection

Unity Healthcare R.O.C.C.

Barash Law LLC

Fall Brook Stable of New York

Shook Real Estate Agency

Traveling Exhibit: Le Cadeau Du Cheval Mural Mosaic portrait, Canada

In the Collection of: N. Taylor and C. Bowen: McClean, VA

In the Collection of: S. and B. Saunders: McClean, VA

In the Collection of: K. Kaminish: Louisville, KY

2013-2014- Stephanie accepted limited outside work and few shows while on temporary hiatus. She was busy building a long planned-for cottage, with her family, on their 4 acre sustainable living farm. An evolving work in progress.


Feature Artist- Cafe Lumos Exhibit

Article Feature- Journal and Courier

Artwork included by Invitation: 'The Story of the Creative' - New York City

Feature Artist: Hoof Beats: The Story of the Horse

2015 Promises to be a stellar year. Stephanie is eager to dive back into what she loves best: Painting with passion.


Western Art



City and Social Scenes

Farming Life and Rural Living