Tag Archives: landscape
I flew into DC the Sunday before Hurricane Sandy. The horizon line as we landed was mixed with fall and winter colors. I was relieved to return home and it inspired me to paint this. I hope it communicates a … Continue reading
This time of year is always inspiring to me. I often feel over stimulated by the changing of seasons. So much so, that I just have to paint and release. In these times, painting is usually fast for me. Something … Continue reading
Saturday night was a great evening! If you missed it, checkout the pop up gallery this week! For more details, visit http://salonweekdc.tumblr.com/post/19729506999
Getting started on some new mini landscapes. I wish this photo better demonstrated the similarity between the black paint I used and the burr from and intaglio print. It is such a rich black that I’m inspired to leave it … Continue reading
Felt like painting more clouds, so I added some to my abstract landscape.
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