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Apalachicola, FLA, 2003

Etching with hand painted gouache
29 3/4 × 39 in
75.6 × 99.1 cm
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Washington
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Suzanne Caporael
American, b. 1949
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Painter Suzanne Corporael is preoccupied with scientific subject matter, basing her sublime abstract paintings on methodical research of the natural world. Especially interested in time and how its passage is manifested in nature, she attempts to distill universal truths through careful observation of areas of convergence and transformation, like estuaries or rings of trees. As once described in a New York Times review, “...you might say that if natural laws were to express themselves through paint, something akin to her work could result.”

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Suzanne Caporael
American, b. 1949
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Painter Suzanne Corporael is preoccupied with scientific subject matter, basing her sublime abstract paintings on methodical research of the natural world. Especially interested in time and how its passage is manifested in nature, she attempts to distill universal truths through careful observation of areas of convergence and transformation, like estuaries or rings of trees. As once described in a New York Times review, “...you might say that if natural laws were to express themselves through paint, something akin to her work could result.”

Apalachicola, FLA, 2003

Etching with hand painted gouache
29 3/4 × 39 in
75.6 × 99.1 cm
Contact For Price
location
Washington
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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