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c. Susan Sorrell Hill

Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been away from blogging for a while?

It’s true…after a big push (no results yet) in the publishing world with my illustration work and the two books I’ve both written and illustrated, I’ve been back in my little studio, drawing and painting watercolors. It seems like the perfect activity for a very green and lush Spring…

The above-mentioned *new* watercolors are being featured on the Trade Your Talent blog site, and a new interview accompanies them. This is the second interview that Susanna Maier, owner of the very artsy , Berlin-based TYT blog has honored me with.

See both the new paintings and the interview here.

(See the first interview here.)

You’ll also be able to see the new paintings on my website (www.susansorrellhill.com) sometime soon…when I get some pesky technical details (love those) worked out…

Happy Spring to all my artist friends and art fans!

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c. Susan Sorrell Hill

News Flash!!!

Five of my original watercolors are en-route to Susanna Maier (founder of the Trade Your Talent art blog) for a New York City fundraiser. You can see all five of them in advance, posted here. Proceeds from the August 10th, 2011 event will fund educational scholarships for a small group of deserving girls in Tanzania. These paintings will be auctioned off along with other donated artworks, including photographs taken by the fundraiser’s co-sponsor, Patricia Schneidewind, during her recent trip to Tanzania.

If you would like to donate some artwork yourself (hurry!), attend the fundraiser and bid on artworks, or find out how you might buy artwork if you are not nearby (or your Learjet is in the shop this month), please visit Susanna’s July 30, 2011 post about the event at her blog, Trade Your Talent, for more information. There is also a link to my recent Artist Interview with Trade Your Talent included in this post about the fundraiser.

It’s a very warm and worthy cause, and also a chance to get your hands on an original work of art for your burgeoning collection. Thanks so much for your support!


“Frankenstein”   (watercolor, pen & ink, pastel, colored pencil)   This is one of the paintings that will be auctioned.

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