Creativity is not a separate act, but an integral part of being.  Creating art is not just something I do, but a manner in which I live.   It is about finding beauty in the mundane, each day observing the world as if I have never seen it before. I have always been intrigued with shape, color, line and texture. Using a mix of media within a non–objective/abstract theme allows me to explore those things while creating my collages and paintings.
 My work is reflective of what I enjoy most, the creative process, how it answers the stirring in my soul and the ability it has to move me in a new direction.  My art work suggests themes of the spiritual aspects of time and human life. I feel my work is not complete until the viewer brings their own story to it.  I am fascinated with how the viewer relates to my work.  It is through this dialog and relationship building that my creativity grows and flourishes. 
Susan grew up in Gibbon and now resides in rural Cozad with her husband Jim.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in art education from Kearney State College in 1981 and taught art for 17 years in the Dawson County rural schools.  She continues to teach children’s workshops for the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney, Nebraska.
Susan has been accepted into solo and group juried exhibitions such as the Nebraska Arts Council - Governor’s residence program and Fred Simon Gallery, the International Society of Experimental Artists, National Collage Society and the Association of Nebraska Art Clubs traveling exhibition.
Susan is a signature member in the International Society of Experimental Artists as well as the Association of Nebraska Art Clubs.

42421 Road 759
Cozad, NE 69130

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