Capturing a fleeting moment in my memory I strive to recreate the contrasting elements of nature – the hard edges of squares against the soft flow of curves – creating paintings within a painting. I feel the absence of color and the translucent quality of watercolor, using both shading and details, enhance the sculptural aspects of my imagery. I often listen to classical piano while I am working, and I am sure the lyrical quality of my drawing comes from the influence of the music

Suzanne has been a watercolor artist for the past 35 years. She is known for her large format colorful watercolors of imaginary botanicals and more recently, smaller work in black and white rendered in graphite and watercolor She has exhibited nationally, is in private collections and her paintings are in many corporate collections including the San Francisco Hilton Hotel, Aetna Insurance Headquarters in Hartford Ct. and McGraw Hill Building in Manhattan. She has been a member of Silvermine Guild in Connecticut, National Association of Woman Artists and Pindar Gallery, NYC. Suzanne has been an award winner at both Mamaroneck Artists Guild and the New Rochelle Art Association and is the former director of the Mamaroneck Artists Guild Gallery and lives in New Rochelle with her husband Frank.