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Suzanne Aulds Solo Exhibition |Camelback Gallery

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Sunday, 1 November 2020 to Thursday, 31 December 2020

Suzanne Aulds applied for Camelback Gallery's 2020 - 2021 season of the Online Solo Exhibition Series. 6 artists were chosen for 6 shows. Her artwork was juried and selected for this 2 month exhibition running through 12.31.20.  See the show at the provided URL link below.

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Artist Locale: Hilton Head Island , SC  USA
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Suzanne's Statement:
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I am primarily a still life painter. I prefer still life because it allows me the freedom to choose objects and an environment that are entirely under my control. This results in a body of work that represents my uniquely personal aesthetic. ​I am drawn to bold, graphic images of everyday objects in dynamic environments. This is the reason behind my preference for still life, in that the genre allows me the personal liberty to create my own unique, somewhat surreal, compositions."

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Online Solo Exhibition

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