Photo by Vonda Klimaszewski, 2014
Painting "Selves Portait" by Susan Paulson Clark, 2004
My art tells stories of new worlds and experiences with vibrant, often saturated, color. Layers of color affect a sense of depth ... the plot thickens. And interesting shapes, be they floating or exacting, drive a sense of movement.
A painting might dazzle with its complexity, but, in my mind, should resolve in a satisfying way. I’ve always been a sucker for happy endings!
(So you may gather from the above bio that my background as a writer -- magazines, newspapers and novels -- has influenced my sensibilities as an artist.)