Rancho Cucamonga, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/07/2013 -- Sunset Magazine recently sat down for an interview with Elaine Stachelek, the founder of Elaine Stachelek and Associates to discuss her numerous accomplishments in the field of landscape design. When asked how she was able to find the time to design such monumental projects while balancing her life to meet the needs of her four children, Mrs. Stachelek replied “My children were my inspiration, were it not for them I never would have achieved such great success, both artistically and financially.”
Mrs. Stachelek has said that she is especially honored to receive “The Lifetime Achievement Award In Landscape Design because it is an award from her peers.” Others have said that “the award is long overdue, it just shows how much we admire all of the hard work she has put into her projects and appreciate her fantastic artistic ability to make a project come to life.”
Recent projects include the new Inland Empire Swap Meet located in Murrieta, California. This 40,000 square foot indoor swap meet will include many of the artistic landscape ideas that Mrs. Stachelek has used throughout her career. It will be centrally located in the southern part of Riverside County.
In addition to her many well know projects here in the U.S., such as the Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel, the Olaf Wieghorst Museum and Western Heritage Center, La Paloma and more, Elaine is also quite well known for her international projects in Soroe, Denmark. Her ability to communicate in so many languages has allowed her to expand throughout Europe.
About Elaine Stachelek
Elaine Stachelek is currently semi-retired living the in Rancho Cucamonga area. However, she is always looking for that special project to transform a simple plot of land into one of Monet’s masterful paintings. As with all great artists, Mrs. Stachelek’s contact information is private, but can easily be found among her inner circle of well know clients.