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Sue Krzyston

"Patterns of Artistry 1989 23x25"

  • Original Painting : Oil on Canvas

    Size : 12x16 in  |  30x41 cm
    Framed : 23.5x27.5 in  |  60x70 cm

LISTING INFO
ARTIST BIO
Year1989
Hand SignedLower Right in Ink 
Condition Excellent 
Framed without GlassWooden  
Purchased fromArtist 1990 
Story / Additional Info  
Certificate of AuthenticitySue Kryston 
LID98656
Sue Krzyston - United States

Art Brokerage: Sue Srzyston American Artist: The artist Sue Srzyston is surrounded in her home and studio by the Indian artifacts she collects and paints, Sue Krzyston believes these objects represent the "soul" of the people who create them. She says, "I strive to capture that soul on canvas. I want to make the artifacts come alive in my still life paintings." A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this gifted painter took a few basic art classes in high school. But a career outside the art world diverted her attention from art for many years. Finally, in 1982, Sue decided to take a painting class. It was a life-changing decision. "I was driven from the first time I started painting," she says. Within one year her teacher felt she was ready for competition. Krzyston submitted slides of her work to the prestigious George Phippen Memorial Art Show and was accepted. At her first show, she sold seven paintings. Within four years, she had won a Silver Medal at the Phippen show, followed by a Gold Medal in 1991, and another Silver Medal in 1992. Now a full-time artist, Sue says, "I still feel pure joy when I'm painting. I have loved it since my first class and have no desire to do anything different. I love choosing the way things go together, how colors mesh and complement each other." Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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