Monday, February 13, 2017

Celebration of Fine Art


Every year around this time I visit the Celebration of Fine Art, the art event that takes place every year between mid-January through March.  It's now in its 27th year.  There are 100 artists from all over the country who gather here to work and sell their art.  And, every year I stop to visit with Sue Averell at her booth at the event.  I first met Sue many years ago at an art event in San Francisco and I've been admiring her work ever since.  She specializes in urban landscape and botanical paintings.  I was astounded by this huge piece she has completed recently.  It has so many elements to it combining painting and sculpture.  I love it!  Click the link above to visit Sue's web site.  You will see more of her work there.

13 comments:

Andy said...

Interesting painting. It is massive but still divided up in to smaller sections. Sue definitely has her own style.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Deconstructed art is so popular. Really good link Sharon, I've just had a lovely time checking out her work, so talented in many styles. I particularly like her abstract and botanical paintings.

Judy said...

One would need a huge wall for that painting. Very unusual.

Lowell said...

It is an intriguing work. Not my style but still of great interest. I'd like to see more of her work.

Christine said...

It's just amazing! I even love her apron!

bill burke said...

Her work is very inspiring. A very talented and creative artist. I can see why people would love her work. Nice photo with the artist standing by her painting.

RedPat said...

You would need a lot of space to show that properly but it would look spectacular in a huge loft!

William Kendall said...

That is beautifully done!

Catalyst said...

We have been there for many years but passed it up this time.

Lois said...

It is beautiful! She is very talented.

Jack said...

I love her painting and I love your photograph. Must admit, though, that I don't get the multiple canvasses and the bits of sculpture, but I am sure it is a failure of my imagination..

Bob Crowe said...

But the fractures, the fault lines portend something.

Steve Reed said...

Her apron is also very artistic!