Category: acrylic

Growth is Morphing

My recent Work in Progress is really becoming something special! I have been experiencing much personal emotional growth, and really am expanding my horizons! The featured Image and this top one are my current work in progress, and the following three images are of my last year’s entry into the

What Does Artistic Success LOOK Like?

Wouldn’t we all like to know, right? Yes! We all want to be a great “success” in our chosen field, and many artists have a clear idea of what they need to be successful. Speaking for myself, I thought success would mean the end of financial struggle, to a point.

A Saint Petersburg Artist Resident

It has been an enormously trying year and one half, year and 8 months , actually. I have grown SO much since I have lived here in St. Petersburg, I have learned to believe in myself, and in my ability to survive. As An ARTIST.  In my own right, I have

We’re All Innocent by Susan T. Martin

This painting is Mixed Media on Canvas, 24″x 36″ signed and unframed. It is the culmination of months of work and thought, and is now, finally, at a stage I can call finished. I think we have spoken to one another long enough, now I will let it speak to

“YEARNING” by SUSAN T. MARTIN

waiting. longing. for relief to come. Mixed Media on Canvas 20″x 16″ by Susan T. Martin opening image is photographed with a light source behind the painting. This image is under regular light, the source overhead. I enjoy adding a little hidden dialogue to the painting, that the viewer has

“Open Sea” and Exquisite Aloneness

This was a big endeavor for me, and I believe I have painted at least three different paintings in the course of 2 years on this one canvas…That can be one of the downfalls of being ocd and bipolar, when I can’t let a thing be good enough or ever

Visionaria (SOLD)

Newly Completed work by Susan T Martin! It is a 16″x 20″ Mixed Media Painting on Canvas, Entitled “Visionaria” it shows the Artist’s growing confidence in her personal style.  Below you can see the progression of the work, finished piece on the left and the initial painting on the right.