Susan karhroody is a contemporary professional artist who specializes in human forms and landscape painting and also modern semi-representational often using clay, wire and felt in her three-dimensional works. After completing her master’s degree in fine art and education she has been working with people with disabilities as an art therapist. Karhroody’s artworks has been shown in exhibition in the US, Japan and Europe.
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My paintings are just at the intersection of landscape and abstraction. Light Through Darkness is a new art series I have been creating in collaboration with habitat loss. My artworks reflect on environmental concerns and address human relationship to the mother nature as well as picturing it’s beauty, fragility, peace and serenity. The use of spiral form is to represent a black hole destroying habitat by pollution in many ways in my work. In terms of “binary opposition” the beauty of nature and flowers painted against a dark spiral.
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