On Exhibit May 15 through May 27 in the Gordon Grant Room.
Open free to the public.
Visit Susan’s website to learn more about her.
“I am mainly a landscape artist but my art is about nature. Nature can include the nature of a person, animal, or thing. In a sense, that encompasses everything in life, but for me, it encompasses the essence of it’s being. I grew up within a short walk to the ocean, and a very short walk to the woods. I love being outdoors and being active. When I was young, I built cities in the sand, houses in the trees, colored in coloring books continuously, rode my bike, jumped higher than my friends, and ran faster than almost everyone, except for one boy. What slowed me down was the act of creating.
You will see in my artwork, nature snapshots of something that moved me to stop and imagine. It could be the warmth, beauty, solemnity, or even a question that causes me to ponder. I ask the viewer to come with me into that ponderance. A sort of, “Stop and smell the roses.”
My mediums vary with my mood. I have worked in watercolor, pastel, acrylic, and oil. I also have begun to do 3d art where the sightless can feel the art. My artwork is evolving and I hope that you will enjoy that journey with me as you view my work.” ~Susan Drennan