Recent Landscapes Exhibit on Display
Karen Suderman is an award-winning artist whose nature abstracts and landscape 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 nine 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 at the Art Factory, which allows her to share her love of the arts with all ages and abilities.
Recent Landscapes, Artist statement:
My landscapes are inspired by a combination of real places and my own impressions. I use mixed media on canvas, fresco on marble dust panel, acrylic on birch, and watercolor on paper.
I’m fascinated with the space between land and sky — the horizon line that connects the ethereal to the mundane.
It’s the place I want to live my life: On the cusp of land and air seeing the fullness of the sky.
Sometimes I add a streak of color, or metallic leaf, to either separate or merge the land and sky. My hope is that it leads the viewer to find the their own horizon line.
Often just a glimpse of something is enough to feel it.
The show will be up March 2nd through 29th. Join us for her gallery opening on March 2nd from 5:30-6:30pm. Stick around for Open Mic night immediately following.