It’s Not Just Land That Is Broken, But Our Relationship To Land
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Ink on wooden cradle board
DescriptionSuzanne Watters has always had an interest in creative experimentation. She has taken many art classes throughout her life, and she has a master's degree in 20th century art history. Suzanne is inspired by nature, and she considers it to be one of the best teachers. Her work has been shown at a number of regional galleries, and it is included in a few corporate art collections. She is one of the founders and co-chairs of the local community group - Sustainable Sewickley and her art reflects and supports that work. In this work, Suzanne is quoting a powerful lecturer at the Chautauqua Institution, Robin Wall Kimmerer who wrote the book Braiding Sweetgrass. Suzanne likes to raise awareness about environmental issues (especially climate change). By showcasing nature, she hopes to encourage the viewer to be mindful and to notice the details of their own surroundings - to appreciate, preserve and to take better care of our natural world.
About this Artist
Suzanne Watters has always had an interest in creative experimentation. She has taken many art classes throughout her life, including printmaking classes at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (and studied with a number of master printmakers at Artist Image Resource in Pittsburgh). She has a master’s degree in 20th century art history from Harvard University. Suzanne is inspired by nature, and she considers that to be one of the best teachers. Ms. Watters’ work has been represented by a number of local galleries. As a History of Visual Communications professor at Robert Morris University, her prints were included in 2015 and 2016 faculty shows. She had a solo show at The Christine Frechard Gallery, in June of 2017. Her work has been included in shows at the Kellogg Fowler Art Center at the Chautauqua Institution in the summers 2014-2019, and it is a part of a number of corporate…View Full Artist Bio