After years of exploring differing landscapes across the globe, Susan re-discovered the endless possibilities in the horizons of her native Midwestern sky. She examines the limitless combinations of the rural horizon with puffy clouds and fields that venture out, off the canvas. Combining the muted tones of nature and earth with bold fluorescents, Susan uses line and color in an attempt to better understand and reconcile the contrasting personalities, perspectives, and belief systems of the Midwest.
human growth & development timeline
Final project for graduate school human growth and development class. Landscapes from my various homes. Spring 2015.
silos, round I
Print created using a styrofoam container lid on watercolor paper. Painted back into image with acrylic paint. December 2014.
silos, round II
Series created for gallery night at Hide House, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Displayed at Bloom: Center for Art and Integrated Therapies, January 2015. Print created using a styrofoam plate on watercolor paper. Additional painting and drawing on image with acrylic paint, pencil, and ballpoint pen.
return to the kitchen counter series
Series created for a personal gallery show at Pages Books & Coffee, Newton, Kansas. Spring 2011.