Transported.

“Why am I small again, lost again?”

I Miss What I Imagined I would Miss

…the room seems to awaken with her…golden rays fall…like the petals of an opening rose…

LANDFALL(In the Garden of my Father)

…see what this work has gone thru on it’s journey to fruition…

The Journey, a Debut Art Video

  .  This project was a couple years in the making for me, and was born from the bottomless grief I was dealing with then. As caregiver to both of … Continue reading The Journey, a Debut Art Video

Keep Your Head…and Mine Too

…crack a smile or frown a frown…about the wonderful gift of creativity!

The Unveiling!

Shall I call it “UNBAGGING”? I told you that you would never guess my source photo, in the last post’s images. Well here it is: .  Here’s the deal: I … Continue reading The Unveiling!

MAKING ART to QUIET MY NERVES!!!

I don’t know about you , but I’ll starting to feel it…It’s like a weak electric current close to the floor , strengthening as each day passes… More awful news, … Continue reading MAKING ART to QUIET MY NERVES!!!

Trapped in Time

“Emotional Stuckness, thats a common ailment…”

An Awakening

Sleep has been a constant goal for me since I put down drugs and copious amounts of alcohol. Yet it has been the most evasive and endangered of species, teasing … Continue reading An Awakening

Feeling at War with Myself

I have been languishing here, letting myself fall off the edge of sanity for a while. Is it physical?emotional?spiritual? No, not spiritual, for I feel close to my Creator. I … Continue reading Feeling at War with Myself

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 … Continue reading A Saint Petersburg Artist Resident

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 … Continue reading We’re All Innocent by Susan T. Martin