Tag Archives: Alaska
This is an amazing program with such talented individuals. I had the privilege of teaching here while living in Juneau. This video melts my heart!
Thanks to my friend Sherri, I have some photos of my exhibit! I think this was the first opening I’ve had long distance. I’m so thankful that friends stopped in to check it out despite an avalanche!!!!!!!!!!! The staff at … Continue reading
I finished my art invitation and got my press release out today! A collection of recent works in marble dust by Juneau artist Karen Suderman. Entitled “Holding onto Juneau,” the works are atmospheric and ab-stract representations of Juneau’s myriad landscapes.
Karen Suderman, statement Holding onto Juneau It’s been more than a year now since my husband and I arrived in Juneau. As a constant observer of details in nature, I feel taken back by the grandeur of it all. How … Continue reading
I was happy to participate in the 4th annual 12 buy exhibition at Austin Art Space. It’s always a great show with a large turn out. Somehow I managed to get my 12 buy to Austin from Alaska. I originally … Continue reading
One place I never thought I would visit. Alan and I soon discovered just how close we were from the arctic circle on our road trip last week. We couldn’t pass by such an opportunity. Some of the most beautiful … Continue reading
I moved my studio outside today. The porch was perfect shelter from the rain. Which is great because it hasn’t stopped raining for days! Does this count as Plein Air? The entire time I was painting I thought that bear … Continue reading
When we moved to Alaska, I only brought the basic art supplies. Last week I finally purchased some wood tools to make my own canvases again. It was liberating and exhausting. I love power tools! I made two 3 by … Continue reading
Not much to say, other than I’m overwhelmed by Alaska’s accessible beauty. I wish I could share it with everyone that has ever inspired me.