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About Susanne McGinnis

Susanne McGinnis Circular, spiral and reflecting images play a major role in my work. I hope to inspire the viewer to reflect on the beauty and mystery
of the natural world and the world of the imagination.

I use a variety of mediums and techniques: watercolor, fabric dye, ink, gouache, metallic paint, colored pencil, and serendipitously found paper and fabric in collages.

As a child, I was fascinated by kaleidoscopes. I still love the way each element reflects on itself to create a mesmerizing pattern.

I love the decorative arts and create fine art from their inspiration.I have created many designs for the home decorative market
through my own company which featured custom-made hand-painted fabrics.

A highlight of my career was being invited by ketubah.com and artvows.com to create artwork for their exclusive Signature Collection of wedding commemoration designs.

In my recent work, I have discovered the happy marriage of water media and Yupo, an environmentally-friendly synthetic Japanese “paper,”
which allows for unusual textural effects, giving a fluid, ethereal character to florals, landscapes, and abstracts.

I was born in New York City and live and work there currently. I have exhibited extensively, including the National Arts Club,
and the Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center and at the Affordable Art Fair. I was selected by Citibank as “Artist of the Month” in 2003 and invited to have a solo exhibition. My works are in many private and corporate collections. I studied at the Parsons School of Design, at the National Academy with Maurizio Pelegrin, and at the Art Students League with Mario Cooper, and with many other distinguished teachers. I give thanks to them and to the first Creator for their inspiration.

I believe that Art is a necessity and not a luxury. I have dedicated my career to creating imaginative works of art for myself and others to enjoy.

“Just remain in the center, watching
and then forget that you are there”
- Lao-Tzu