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November 21, 2017
Paper Chase #4
We are very excited to share that we have a new artist joining our gallery, Susan Hudson RCA. You can find Susan’s works in our Paintings Collection.
Susan started creating art at a young age and pursued her talents which led her to Concordia University as the Chairman of the Department of Design Art in Fine Arts. In 1999, she was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts. From Montreal, she moved to Lunenburg where she founded the artists’ co-operative Peer Gallery and remains President there.
As a professor at Concordia, Susan taught and practiced image making, both applied and experimental. She continues her studio work in Lunenburg with a varied range of media, traditional and non-traditional, that incorporate collages of evocative subject matter. For an example of her range in media, take a look at the sun in the painting “Sunrise” this was the first thing on the canvas prior to Susan picking up the paint brush.
One of Susan’s strengths is her total command of materials and composition; this comes from many years of working with images. She sees this strength as also being her weakness as she feels her approach to a new body of work is often too analytical and that perhaps this might be holding her back.
Susan Hudson is currently working on upcoming exhibits where she will have a collaged effect on her canvas that will reflect her love of plant and animal life.
She has had numerous solo exhibits Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario and Quebec. Here are just a few galleries she has had an exhibit in:
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Each piece of artwork Susan has in Whisper Wind Gallery's Paintings Collection is one of a series of 4 or 6 paintings. We encourage you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in seeing more of a particular series.
November 18, 2018
I acquired one of your paintings a while ago. It is of a young girl’s face with tree branches “whispering” (black and white), and a yellow area with a symbol. You signed it in what appears to be pencil with the number 73 after your name. I have enjoyed it for years and with needing to downsize my artwork, I would like to give it a new home. Would you care to give me a value on it? Also do you have a art dealer who represents you?
Thank you and may you always give feeling and beauty in all your works
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