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© Susan Sorrell Hill

© Susan Sorrell Hill

More Holiday wishes…

 

SusanH“Untitled”    (pen & ink, colored inks)

More illustration from the archives, this one done as a holiday promotion for a print shop, circa 1985.

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© Susan Sorrell Hill

© Susan Sorrell Hill

Happy Holidays, dear readers!

SusanH“The Twelve Days of Christmas”   (pen & ink)

Another one of my vintage graphic designs, circa 1985…a poster border for a musical event, if memory serves.

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“Untitled” c. Susan Sorrell Hill

Watercolor is the Queen of Fluidity.

She presents herself in many guises and can be used in almost infinite ways: tight, loose, transparent, opaque, detailed or glorious washy expanse. When an artist makes a commitment to watercolor, she is really in for it, because watercolor, by her nature, is not totally controllable. Not like oil or acrylic. Sometimes she (the painter) (more…)

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Artists often develop what might be called ‘a visual language.’ They become known for recognizable (but still often mysterious) symbols, and many also revisit ideas and subjects that continue to hold challenge and fascination. (more…)

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