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Horse Paintings

 

 

By Horse Head

 

 

Spirit

 

 

 

 

Tres Vaqueros

 

 

 

Scratching Horse

 

 

 

Blue Horse

 

Four Grazing Horses

 

Bay Horse

Inside Fence

 

Susana's abstract and stylized horses are painted using acrylics and oils.  Her approach to paint is to create layers of paint, creating it's own underlying history.  The line defining the horses has evolved into the essence of horse.  The contrast of the texture of paint on canvas overlaid with the stylized line of the horses creates an ethereal yet powerful image. 

 

 

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Paper Works

 

 

Libro de requerdos by Susana Arias, Abbaca, Acrylics, Art, Artwork, Art Classes, Architectural, Ceramics, Art Lessons, Bathroom floors, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom tiles, Bowls, Bronze, Cast Ceramics, Canvas, Children's Art, Clay, Commissions, Community,Cement,Door Trim,

Libro de Recuerdos

Pez de Mami by Susana Arias, Abbaca, Acrylics, Art, Artwork, Art Classes, Architectural, Ceramics, Art Lessons, Bathroom floors, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom tiles, Bowls, Bronze, Cast Ceramics, Canvas, Children's Art, Clay, Commissions, Community,Cement,Door Trim,

Pez de Mami

 

 

 

Going to the light by Susana Arias, Abbaca, Acrylics, Art, Artwork, Art Classes, Architectural, Ceramics, Art Lessons, Bathroom floors, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom tiles, Bowls, Bronze, Cast Ceramics, Canvas, Children's Art, Clay, Commissions, Community,Cement,Door Trim,

Going to the Light

 

 

 

Off Fossils & things by Susana Arias, Abbaca, Acrylics, Art, Artwork, Art Classes, Architectural, Ceramics, Art Lessons, Bathroom floors, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom tiles, Bowls, Bronze, Cast Ceramics, Canvas, Children's Art, Clay, Commissions, Community,Cement,Door Trim,

Of Fossils & Things

 

 

 

Engineers & Architects

 

 

 

Of This Earths

 

 

 

Cuero de chaman by Susana Arias, Abbaca, Acrylics, Art, Artwork, Art Classes, Architectural, Ceramics, Art Lessons, Bathroom floors, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom tiles, Bowls, Bronze, Cast Ceramics, Canvas, Children's Art, Clay, Commissions, Community,Cement,Door Trim,

Cuero del Chaman

Breast Plate Hoops

Spiral

I finished the book by Susana Arias, Abbaca, Acrylics, Art, Artwork, Art Classes, Architectural, Ceramics, Art Lessons, Bathroom floors, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom tiles, Bowls, Bronze, Cast Ceramics, Canvas, Children's Art, Clay, Commissions, Community,Cement,Door Trim,

I Finished the Book

Musical Bag

Figuras de Pasado

Findings

 

Paper Works

Susana Arias' paper works are made using organic fibers such as abaca, cotton and mulberry to create papers blends of different textures and thickness.  These paper works are created by layering the hand made papers with different fabrics and embedding them with clay objects. The textures of the paper, and fabric and the whimsical pieces of clay create the base for a drawing which Susana completes using acrylic paints, pencils, and pastels. 

 

 

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Abstracts

 

 

Laundry in the Breeze

 

Dream

 

 

 

Jumping High

 

 

 

 

Esperandpo

 

 

Conversacions con los Hijos

Thinking of Chairs

 

 

Three Can Can Horses

 

 

Bolsa de Chaman by Susana Arias, Abbaca, Acrylics, Art, Artwork, Art Classes, Architectural, Ceramics, Art Lessons, Bathroom floors, Bathroom Sinks, Bathroom tiles, Bowls, Bronze, Cast Ceramics, Canvas, Children's Art, Clay, Commissions, Community,Cement,Door Trim,

Bolsa de Chaman

 

 

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