Abstract, Contemporary, Oil, Ink, Pottery, Wood Block
Bazett’s work depicts the contradictions and conflicts of everyday life. Her artwork portrays landscapes over time as seen through the details that are layered, hidden, and represented throughout her paintings. Bazett’s pieces symbolize the organic, the geologic, and construction of history as seen through her own experiences.
Bazett’s work is about the organic, the geologic, and construction of history. Her work is related to landscape over time. The thread throughout her work is abstract dialogue formed between the daily contradictions and polarities Susan experiences. Information is located and layered, represented and hidden at a three-dimensional reference.
Susan Bazett has exhibited at Harvard University South Asia Institute, SMFA Boit Award, Silver Lake Gallery, Bow Street Gallery, New Art Center, Decordova School, and Laney College. All proceeds made during the course of this show will be donated to Tusk.org helping African wildlife, communities, and education.