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Her works express the many visions and points of view, perspecives on women view of personal history through a child's eyes, repurposed art, nature and memory in masks as examples. Here you will travel thorugh more of the various genres Susan Explores.







SEASONED WOMEN, acrylic, pastel, pencil and ink 48 x 36

[WOMEN]


CIRQUE DU BUDOIR 2, oil/acrylic, 22 x 48

[WOMEN]




IN THOUGHT, pencil, pen, charcoal on textured house paint over oil , 24 x 18 framed

[WOMEN]




AFTER MIDNIGHT SNACK #3, oil and acrylic 22x48

[WOMEN]


WOMAN WITH FLOWER, pen on paper, 11 x 14

[WOMEN]


LASTING ENERGY, acrylic, oil on canvas, 36 x 30

[WOMEN]




HANGING ON, mixed media - 22 x 48

[WOMEN]





POSED, watercolor pen on paper,14 x 11

[WOMEN]


SELF PORTRAIT, oil and acrylic on canvas, 16 x 20

[WOMEN]


PURPLE WOMAN, oil and acrylic, 16x20


[WOMEN]


ORANGE WOMAN, oil and acrylic, 2005 16x20

[WOMEN]





ALONE, acrylic on canvas, 20 x 16

[WOMEN]



DANCING NUDE, acrylic on canvas, 17 x 13

[WOMEN]


MOTHER'S HERITAGE -

Reflections of me as a child listening to mother's stories -
[Painted from child's perspective]
Four of these Five Paintings were featured in a solo exhibition (along with many other works),
Painted Paradoxes, at the Siegel JCC ArtSpace -
Wilmington, DE, November 10 - Decemeber 22, 2019



THE JOURNEY
, Acrylic, 26 x 36

[HERITAGE]





SUCCESS AND THE DEPRESSION, acrylic, marker, pen, 24 x 41

[HERITAGE]




LIFE IN BALTIMORE, acrylic, marker, pen, 24 x 48


[HERITAGE]








BETWEEN IDENTITIES, Acrylic, 36 x 26 3/4

[HERITAGE]






ENLIGHTENMENT, Acrylic, 26 3/4 x 36

[HERITAGE]







Mettalic Dream, multi-media found objects on canvas


[FOUND OBJECTS]






THE VIEW, multi-media found object art on painted canvas

[FOUND OBJECTS]






Zarden

[MASKS]







Egypt-Rama

(Sold - in Private Collection)

[MASKS]

Egypt-Rama





Protector

[MASKS]







Smile

[MASKS]






Terrain

[MASKS]





Tripen

[MASKS]







Envy

(Sold - in Private Collection)

[MASKS]












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