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May 2-23, 2013... A photo, 'Tangled and Tossed', has been accepted into the 16th Annual Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild Juried Show at the Art Museum of Myrtle Beach, SC! I am honored that the Judge, Lisa Stroud, chose this photo for inclusion in the show.
Nov. 8-13, 2012... One of my photos, 'Soul Mates', won a Merit Award in the Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild Annual Art Fall Show! The Judge was Don Mertz, a renowned abstract artist from Cary, NC. www.MertzArt.com
February, 2013 -- A large framed print of this photo just sold at Collector's Cafe in Myrtle Beach, SC! A BIG thanks to the collector who made the purchase and I hope they enjoy it for many years to come!!
Several of my photos are also on display at The Collector's Cafe in Myrtle Beach, SC! Collector's is an upscale restaurant with emphasis on a Fine Art display on all the walls! I was honored to be invited to be in this collection and I was able to sell two of my photos during my first inclusion at Collector's Cafe! Below is the photo which sold in the 2012 Summer/Early Fall Show.
On a personal note: Please check out my 'Sales' gallery, which includes an assortment of photos sold to collectors mostly in the United States, as well as Canada, Australia, Greece and Ireland! Some of these photos have been sold to more than one collector, and dozens were also sold as greeting cards.
Remember that the watermarks (fine art america) will not be seen on purchased artworks. They are only used as a deterrent against unlawful copying.
Thank you to all who have purchased my photos! I am extremely grateful to all my patrons! It pleases me immensely to know that I am sharing my art with so many of you, and I hope you will enjoy my photos for years to come!
Important note: All of my photos posted on fineartamerica.com are copyrighted and cannot be duplicated in any form without my written permission.
Growing up in rolling hills of Maryland, Suzanne was always happiest when creating something artistic out of something ordinary. As marriage and children took precedence, this spirit was relegated to the back burner and incorporated in making children's clothing and decorating our home. After earning a Commercial Art degree and relocating to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, the artistic urge, once again, took center stage.
Suzanne's life has been a journey of creative discovery and photography has become the medium of choice for the last twenty years. Through the years, black and white, and color photography have afforded Suzanne the ability to record moments in time, a way of composing and painting scenes with her camera, paying careful attention to light and shadow, and the elements of classic design! Suzanne is an award-winning photographer, with her artistic photographs in collections in the US, Canada, Ireland, Australia and Greece.
Unusual light and atmospheric conditions, dramatic subjects and those with strong design elements especially capture her attention, and stir a passion for 'getting the shot!' Each day brings new opportunities to compose unique images that often evoke memories of a time... a place... a feeling or emotion... each frame a 'painting' unto itself! Since moving to South Carolina in 1999, Suzanne has found a wonderful new palette of subject matter ...in its people, its flora and fauna, architecture and seascapes. Often interesting scenes appear close to home, just outside the window! Suzanne delights in sharing her view of the beauty and wonder and uniqueness of God's world. Her works may also be seen at The Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum gift shop and the Howard Gallery, both in Myrtle Beach, SC, and online at:
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