Susan Sarabasha Art Collections
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Artwork by Susan Sarabasha
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Dream Machine by Susan Sarabasha
Lambie Love by Susan Sarabasha
LouAnne by Susan Sarabasha
What's That I Hear? by Susan Sarabasha
Cyndie's Bob by Susan Sarabasha
Once in a Blue Moon by Susan Sarabasha
Which Hopper? by Susan Sarabasha
Looking Up by Susan Sarabasha
There's Always Hope by Susan Sarabasha
Message from the Heavens by Susan Sarabasha
View from My Window by Susan Sarabasha
A Spot of Color in the Storm by Susan Sarabasha
Soaring Over the North Rim, Autumn by Susan Sarabasha
Sissy by Susan Sarabasha
Sea of Tranquility by Susan Sarabasha
Winter Sunrise by Susan Sarabasha
Rest Stop by Susan Sarabasha
Rising Free by Susan Sarabasha
June in Awe by Susan Sarabasha
SmokeyBlue by Susan Sarabasha
Read Directions Carefully by Susan Sarabasha
Sissy up close by Susan Sarabasha
A Street Cat Named Bob by Susan Sarabasha
Yellow Phalenopsis by Susan Sarabasha
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About Susan Sarabasha
Growing up in Brooklyn, I spent part of most summers on the beach but really fell in love with the natural world and animals when my parents started sending me to the 'wilds' of New Jersey for summer camp. The inspiration for my work still remains the mysteries and beauties of Nature.
I completed my undergraduate education at Alfred University and Empire State College, majoring in Engineering and Art, and received an MFA in Illustration, from Syracuse University, specializing in natural science and technical illustration. Over the years, I have worked with a variety of materials, including hand painted silk art quilts, pastels and colored pencil drawings.
These days I am exploring the possibilities opened by digital painting. Most of my digital paintings start at about 34 by 26 inches. With the computer as my easel, I can easily see the entire painting in a reduced format or parts of the painting to work on in detail. Although I love art supplies I no longer need carry around a backpack of tools. I can create my own paper, virtual brushes and fluidly experiment in mixed media.
Pet portraits gladly discussed.
Art in private collections in CA, CT, NY, PA and RI
Art selected for Invitational and Juried Exhibitions in CA, IN, KY, and NY