Art Gallery Spotlight - Karen Suderman
Karen Suderman is an award-winning artist whose artwork belongs to private collections in Texas, New York, Washington D.C., and Alaska. A professional artist since 2001, Karen has lived in Brandermill for the last seven years with her husband and three children. She uses the area’s natural aesthetic as a source for inspiration. She also enjoys teaching art classes, which allows her to share her love of the arts with all ages and abilities.
Art is all around us, in everything that is alive. But how often do we see it?
My goal is to slow down time, create space and provide a unique perspective for the viewer to see the beauty in the familiar and the sublime in the ordinary. There’s a landscape in a fingernail, if you choose to see it.
My images depict parts of the natural world in ways meant to be both unique and familiar. I paint sections of living things, altering their size to make them more noticable. I apply layers that change their spatial reference. Staying true to the colors and line in each form, they are a mix of what’s there and what is uncovered through the artistic process.
I want you to notice the connections between lines, not just the lines themselves, the colors and the relationship between them, the space between things. Our world was painted by a master artist, my job is to help you see it.
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