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Sorry to all of you Prince fans out there: that title reads “Prints.”

As in: museum-quality, gorgeous, collectible prints of my watercolors, oils and works on paper — all with that surreal, fairy tale flavor. There is also the user-friendly option to pick out mat and framing and have the art, ready to hang, shipped right to your door. What could be more delicious?

Are there original watercolors available there too? But of course!

Stop by for an art browse while you’re waiting for that bagel and latte? My art will even be there in the middle the night, ever ready to inspire, delight and entertain.  And please spread the news, thank you!   ♡


1/10/17 Update: Yes, it’s true…prints were gone for a while, but now they’re back! (And there’s a nifty and beautiful new website to go with them…)

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"Encounter with the Wolf" © Susan Sorrell Hill

“Encounter with the Wolf” © Susan Sorrell Hill

In honor of International Day of the Girl, the Artspan blog is featuring a wonderful selection of female images for their most recent collection of Artspan artists’ work here. “Encounter with the Wolf” (watercolor, pen & ink) is included. Thanks, Claire!


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052-Tossing Heads-SusanSorrellHillThe editor and curator of the Artspan.com blog, Claire Adas, has just posted a very nice feature of my work here. (Find lots more interesting artist interviews on the Artspan site here.)

While you’re at it, Claire has her own great blog, Out of the Ordinary: extraordinary food from an ordinary kitchen, replete with fascinating prose and mouth-watering recipes and foodie shots.


SusanSorrellHill“Tossing Heads”   (watercolor, pen & ink)     Museum-quality prints and the original painting are available here.    “At the time, it did seem like a good way to relax…”



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The “The Around the World Blog Hop” continues…

Alice Ratterree's Mother Goose illustration in process. © Alice Ratterree

Alice Ratterree’s Mother Goose illustration in process. © Alice Ratterree

In case you missed it, Alice Ratterree is the artist-blogger who is following my own post last week for the Blog Hop. Alice’s shares her unique and delightful answers to all of those intriguing Hop questions about her work as an illustrator, along with an eyeful of her gorgeous art!

(Thanks to Alice for the nice shout-out for my own work too…)   🙂

SusanHFind Alice’s post here: News: Let’s blog hop around the world…

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The artist Katherine Dunn & her Apifera Farm: "where art and animals collide" © Katherine Dunn

The artist Katherine Dunn & her Apifera Farm: “where art and animals collide” © Katherine Dunn

Have you heard about the Around the World Blog Hop? It’s bloggers taking turns writing about their creative work, and then inviting other artists or writers, whom they admire, to participate. Who knows where it all began? But it’s a way for us creatives who blog to introduce ourselves to an audience who might not be aware of our work…a way to share our blog readers. From each post (this one, for example), you’ll be able to follow the Blog Hop backwards or forwards. I invite you to take a creative stroll… (more…)

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Screen Shot 2014-09-26 at 9.11.26 AM I have two illustrations in this gorgeous new Christmas anthology for young readers. See more details on the Christmas Press Picture Books page… Christmas came early this year!  🎁🎄

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“The Girl with Silver Hands” in its latest incarnation.

“The Girl with Silver Hands” (a painting inspired by the “Handless Maiden” tale from the Brothers Grimm) is now appearing in its latest incarnation: gracing the cover of the soon-to-be-released scholarly study, Disability, Deformity, and Disease in the Grimms’ Fairy Tales by Ann Schmiesing. The book is published by Wayne State University Press and will be (more…)

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the new ebook from TYT

Back in March 2014, Susanna Maier over at the Trade Your Talent blog, announced the debut of her new free ebook, replete with a rich smorgasbord sampling of past artist features from the inspiring TYT blog, (more…)

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“Of Two Minds” (watercolor, pen & ink)
© Susan Sorrell Hill

The Illustration Friday word of the week is temptation.

The New Age has come up with a lot of wonky slogans, formulas and fads, but a rare few of them can be quite useful. Some of them can even shift a person out of her meaningless, status quo life. Take, for example, the Mission Statement. (more…)

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Spring Greetings, dear readers!

The mini-news of the day: there are now nifty links on my print & gallery site to my three favorite Artist Interviews so far. They’re really nice conversations and loads of images, all in one place. I’d be delighted to have you visit them here. While you’re visiting, sign up for the email list to receive hot-off-the-press news about new originals and prints in the shop.

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