Susan Robert

Susan Robert
Abstract art may be the best vehicle for triggering memories, since the subject is largely left to the determination of the viewer.  With nonobjective paintings, the entire compositions can mean something different to each onlooker and each will remember an entirely different memory. Thus, it can be logically inferred that abstract art is the most democratic of all the styles of art. Abstract art, at its best, can invoke and provoke unlimited recollections, and it can cause memories to surface which have been long buried.
Susan Robert
The Field in October
Mixed Media on Canvas
40x60
Susan Robert
After Gray Scale Suite: One of Seven
Mixed Media on Paper
23x24
Susan Robert
After Gray Suite: Five of Seven
Mixed Media on Paper
22.5x23
Susan Robert
After Gray Scale Suite: Seven of Seven
Mixed Media on Paper
23x23
Susan Robert
After Gray Scale Suite: Six of Seven
Mixed Media on Paper
23x23
Susan Robert
After Gray Suite: Three out of Seven
Mixed Media on Paper
23x24
Susan Robert
From The Forest Floor In Autumm
Mixed Media on Canvas
36x36
Susan Robert
Untitled
Mixed Media on Canvas
40x40
Susan Robert
Forest Floor
Mixed Media and Oil on Canvas
36x36
Susan Robert
Nantahala Project
Mixed Media on Paper
21x18
Susan Robert
Nantahala Project #3
Mixed Media on Paper
16x14
Susan Robert
Nantahala Project #4
Mixed Media on Paper
13.5x16
Susan Robert
Forest Floor Study
Oil on Board
15.5x14
Susan Robert
Nantahala Project: Bartran Trail Drawing #4
Mixed Media on Handmade Paper
22" X 30"
Susan Robert
October
Mixed Media on Panel
16"x20"
Susan Robert
Vegetable Garden
Oil on Board - 2 Panels
21 1/4"X 34"
Susan Robert
Forest Floor Study
Oil on Panel
16"x20"