Exhibiting at Olive Tree

Very excited to let you know my work is now hanging in Olive Tree Bridport

Please feel free and pop in and visit :

Thanks for my street team for giving me a push and calling me the “Reluctant Exhibitor”

Finding Dorset 


Special Thanks to John, Heather, Janet 

And the owners and staff at the Olive Tree

 With gratitude, 

Suzanne M. Clements

Olive tree 

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Visit to my local Gallery

Perfect tonic for the “January’s ” as I call them, a walk to Sladers Yard.Dream Visions is on right now

Painting by Alferd Stockjam ARCA RWA and his circle 

The show is on till February 28th. Some of my favorite are the small bright shapes which made me smile. 

Especially, loved the whimsical paintings by Simon Garden RWA which are full of color light and textures his work would strike me as he depicts the human condition. 

Once again thanks Sladers Yard for top quality exhibits brought here to West bay 

Thanks for visiting, 

Suz

  
Link to –  Sladers

New Gifts & Lessons Inspired by My Beautiful, Altered Brain

creativity in motion

When I was a senior in college (1994), I joined the American Art Therapy Association. As a member, one of my favorite benefits was receiving Art Therapy: The Journal of The American Art Therapy Association. As a young student getting to know this profession, reading the literature inside was always inspiring. I also really enjoyed seeing what art graced the cover. Often the very first thing I would do was open the issue and look for the masthead about the art and what art therapist created it.

So a few months ago, it was a huge surprise and honor to have the opportunity to contribute my own art for the last issue of 2015 (Volume 32, Number 4). In particular, an image from 2012 My Beautiful, Altered Brain series, which is super dear to my heart.

This week, I was able to see and hold this…

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Black and White



“Black and White”, is a series of graphic, interactive drawings by Bridport artist Suzanne Clements. The drawings depict the human condition. Colour emerges in the emotional responses of the viewer and this is where the magic happens.

Puppy

All images were created on my iPad Air created by iDraw or the app called Graphic

See More on Instagram #smbc62 or #suzannemclementsfigures

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