• December Bouquet

    acrylic and collage
    16" x 20"  |  2020

  • Cyanoscope

    acrylic and collage
    16" x 20"  |  2020

  • Hematic Shade

    acrylic and collage
    24" x 27"  |  2020

  • Glacier

    acrylic and collage
    13.5" x 15"  |  2019

  • Dirty Girl Pink

    acrylic and collage
    16" x 20"  |  2019

  • Pantone UV

    acrylic and collage
    18" x 24"  |  2018

  • Verdant

    acrylic and collage
    16" x 20"  |  2018

  • March Bouquet

    acrylic and collage
    10" x 10"  |  2018

  • Orangish

    acrylic and collage
    10" x 20"  |  2018

SUE FOX Website CV

Chattanooga, TN | Painting, Mixed Media
Bio:

Sue Fox is a mixed media artist from Chicago living in Chattanooga,TN. She graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2003, and has shown extensively in Chicago, Portland, and throughout the United States. Her work largely focuses on meditation thru color exploration. She is also a practitioner of Chinese Medicine, and asserts that her art career is just as important to her medical practice, as her medical practice is important to her art career. She has been published in Number Inc., and Studio Art Magazine. This year, she received 2nd place in the Tribal Member only, Eugene Brown Memorial Show, at the Myaamia Heritage Center in Oklahoma, and has shown twice in Chicago with Gallery Studio Oh.

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Statement:

I spend a lot of time in meditation, and my work is the physical incarnate of that practice. My goals are present based, so I focus on concepts of color and light. The world we live in is stressful, and sometimes downright scary. Everything seems difficult, frustrating... politics, the environment, social media, traffic... the constant push to go faster, smarter, and more efficient is taking me to the brink. I make art to escape the hard; to embrace a moment with the simplicity and complexity of color, to dwell in it’s loud and quiet, expansion and contraction...and this is enough, enough for right now. These are the times that we need reflection... to reflect on breathing, on ether, on color, and movement. Art may not save our souls, but it may save a moment.

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