Wednesday, February 01, 2006





7 comments:

Natalie said...

divine. indeed, it is. the shapes seem to have an equally tangible and surreal quality. what oversized department store do you sell these items in mass quanity within? i have been looking all over the world wide web, ebay and all, and just cannot locate them

Chris Mansel said...

Fantastic art.

Robert T. Weathers said...

Susan Robert's art is visual poetry.Truly unique.

Brian Hamilton said...

One of these reminded me of thanksgiving. I saw your name googled and found this. Outstanding unique work, keep the hammer down.

Mindy said...

Profound awareness of inner existential struggle, but held within a fluidically defined boundary or set of boundaries.

The artist appears to me to be representing the finite or finality of something (as evidenced by the thin fine lines utilized)within the openness and potential of existence itself. The white canvas contrasted by the performance of dancing, squiggling, rustic, yet controlled black lines, reminds me of that sage-like endeavour; to walk a Shamanic-like fine line between worlds of perception, knowing, assimilation, and justice.

A dualistic, yet mutli-dimensional, expression of CORE, at any given time in one's life.

Jack said...

I've been meaning to tell you for a long while how great I think you stuff is.

Fletcher Hayes said...

Susan,
Claim your profile page on our graduating class reunion site:
http://www.classcreator.com/Tuscaloosa-AL-1969/class_profile_empty.cfm?member_id=690901

-Fletcher Paul Hayes