Stephen’s style transforms in the 1960s, moving away from abstraction towards figuration. Returning to his rural roots, Stephen starts spending time in Pennsylvania and exploring coastal Maine. His work begins to depict subjects ranging from apple picking and nudes to horses and Pam harvesting vegetables.
See here for a list of Stephen’s solo and group exhibitions.
Howard Wise Gallery circulates an exhibition of Stephen Pace and George McNeil to Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University, the Walker Art Museum in Minneapolis, and the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts in Ohio.
Stephen has a solo exhibition at the University of California Museum, Berkeley, after teaching at the University in its Graduate Seminar Program.
Stephen becomes an associate professor at Bard College.