Susan Peacock

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The Garden

These paintings by Susan Peacock depict some of nature's sanctuaries through which we can visualize the world free from destructive gestures. She evokes a sensual mood without any obvious intent. Although her subject carries with it the possibility of purely visual pleasure, she creates for us a space which imagines itself as ideally set apart from the outside world, a shelter in which we may concentrate on our own variation of her theme. In her attempt to reach certain balances: the balance between light and dark, hard and soft, inspiration and monotony, she is perhaps challenging us to do the same.

Peacock earned her BA in studio art from Florida State University after receiving her BS in biology. She also completed independent studies in painting and art history in Paris, France and in batik techniques in Tumu Tumu, Kenya. Her work has earned her a medal of honor award from the National Association of Women Artists' 107th Annual in NYC, an artist's residency for the Cill Rialaig Project, Co. Kerry, Ireland, and a place in "Highlights: LeMoyne's Permanent Collection", LeMoyne Art Foundation, Tallahassee, FL. She's received several public commissions and her work hangs in many corporate collections.

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