Suze’s Art News September 2022 “Art ought to be a troublesome thing, and one of my reasons for painting representationally is that this makes for much more troublesome pictures.” David Park (posted on the wall above his paintings in the Oakland Museum of California.) Carbon is a show at The Vestibule gallery in Seattle. I […]
Coming up very soon and somewhat later … Six-Fold Increase: I’ll show burned tree paintings, including a number of new ones and the 21.5-foot Magnitude of the Problem, at Plasteel Frames & Gallery in the Design Center in July-August. There will be an opening reception July 14 from 5 – 8 pm. (Seattle WA) Carbon: The Vestibule Gallery is assembling a topical exhibit for September; […]
It is spring! The fruit trees are blooming, daylight lasts past dinner, and here is some of what I look forward to this spring and summer. Sooner:The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art’s exhibit Boundless includes five of my bark beetle books. I am profoundly honored to be part of both such an original and creative assembly as well as […]
Exhibits close to home and far away
My artistic immediate past, present and near future…
I feel so profoundly grateful to be reporting on some in-person experiences after 15 months of virtual ones.
I hope you are finding reasons for optimism, too!
News of events, activities and awards since September 2020
“Artwork and time in wilderness give me inner sanity; helping others, whether individuals or institutions, is another strategem.”
Oh my, how the world has changed! I want to acknowledge that we all are experiencing dislocation and distress – some much, much more than others – as a lame introduction to reporting my art endeavors. I’m reminded of the scene at the end of Casablanca where Bogart says to Bacall, “I’m no good at […]
I am truly excited about Gathered from the field: Art provoked by climate research opening March 9 at the University of Puget Sound’s Kittredge Art Gallery. Together with Anna McKee’s WAIS reliquary installation and other works, 30 of my bark beetle books will be on display there until April 18. There is a reception and […]