Camano Island Studio Tour

Stacks of brochures for the Camano Island Studio Tour are now being distributed. The brochure features my painting “Guardians of the Island” on the cover.

Art studios all over Camano Island will be open to the public for two weekends in May.

MAY 10th, 11th, 12th and 18th, 19th. 10 am – 5 pm

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Award for Tulip Birds Tile

I won a prize for my Tulip Birds tile last month in the Botanical Tile Juried Exhibition, part of “A Handmade Tile Show” sponsored by Artisan Tile Northwest and UW Botanical Gardens which was held at The UW Center for Urban Horticulture in Seattle. The Status Ceramics Award was for color, detail and originality.

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Opening a package with my art inside.

Selling art on-line is an interesting challenge and can be a delight to connect with a buyer who would otherwise never have the opportunity to see your work or bring it into their home and life. I recently sold the ceramic piece pictured here (Raku Bird Rattle) to a woman in Virginia who found […]

Back to Work in the Studio

Forest Rattle, hand carved all around, raku fired, 5″x 2″

We had a great time at the open studio with about 75 – 100 visitors during the weekend. We are now scheduling visitors by appointment.

Studio on Camano Island next to the State Park, Washington State, USA

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Open Studio This Weekend

OPEN STUDIO THIS WEEKEND

CAMANO ISLAND, WA

October 20, 21, 2012 from noon to 6pm

Art Talk: this Saturday at 4pm in studio.

The studio is located right before the entrance to the Camano Island State Park on Lowell Point Road.

October 17th, 2012 | Category: News |

Luminous Nature

“Light Carriers”, oil on canvas, 24″x24″.

This painting will be featured in Susan’s upcoming open studio on Camano Island, Washington.

OPEN STUDIO:

Saturday, October 20 & Sunday, October 21, 2012.

noon – 6pm

ART TALK:

Susan will be giving a short talk about her work on Saturday, October 20 at 4pm.

 

The studio […]

Raku Bird Rattle

The Cascade Clay Artists, an association of ceramic artists that I am a member of, enjoyed their annual Burn Party on the beach overlooking Port Susan on Camano Island this past Saturday. We had the opportunity to bring a few pieces to raku in kilns brought to the beach for the day by a […]

Portal into the Root of the Soul

Portal into the Root of the Soul, oil on canvas, 36″x36″, 2012.

My journey into the Amazon Rainforest a decade ago still informs my art. This is a painting of the Shuar goddess Nunqui. She is opening a portal into the earth and into the soul.

She is holding a bowl of Chicha, a […]

Ceramic Whale Bowl (Homage to Ruffles)

This ceramic bowl is 8″ in diameter and almost 4″ tall. Two whale shapes are formed in low relief inside the bowl and a third whale is cut out, leaving an opening on the side of the bowl. In this photo, you can see the shadow of the bowl and light shining through the […]

Mystical Yellow Bird spotted at Museum Auction

The Plain Rachachacha Walking on Water sold in an auction at The Museum Of Northwest Art in LaConner, WA over the weekend. The watercolor painting showing the mystical yellow bird was inspired by the Plain Chachalaca from the jungle in Tikal, Guatemala. The Plain Rachachacha, like its cousin in the jungle, lives near the […]