Fred Stonehouse (b. 1960) is a Milwaukee, Wisconsin native and graduate of the Bachelor of Fine Arts program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His style has been likened to that of Magic Realism, also including the work of Frida Kahlo and Gabriel García Márquez. Stonehouse’s work has been seen in solo exhibitions at galleries in New York, St. Louis, New Orleans, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Chicago, Puebla, Berlin, and others, as well as in group exhibitions domestically and internationally. His work has been collected by numerous patrons including the San Jose Art Museum; the First Bank of Minneapolis; Howard and Donna Stone; and Sheryl Crow. Stonehouse currently teaches art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.