susan shippey borski paintings

posted by the scholar on January 15th, 2008
filed under: art, mixed media, paintings

now begins the yearly automatic ritual for me to seek out bright happy colors as we near the depths of winter. please enjoy these contemporary mixed media paintings by bay area artist susan shippey borski. suz strives to capture the ideas of rampant movement and plenty of possibility, and frequently finds inspiration in nature. these expressive works are made with a variety of materials, such as oil, watercolors, golf leaf and acrylic.





i love these loose, abstract compositions that are filled with flashes of light, and the spirited feeling that emanates through them. i feel hydrated and refreshed now after looking at them.

find suz’s extremely reasonably priced paintings (nothing more than $250 right now!) over on here.

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6 Responses to “susan shippey borski paintings”

  1. ParisArt Says:

    This work is so refreshing and original in a sea of look alike art out there. Thanks for posting these paintings; this artist is one to watch! I will follow and look into a purchase.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hello parisart,

    i really like these too. i don’t know why my eye goes for abstract first when i look at art. just wired that way i guess!

    thanks for stopping by and i would love to see what you select if you decide to purchase! 🙂

  3. ParisArt Says:

    I will keep you posted as I follow this artist. Thanks Much for posting this painter. And thanks for putting the effort into your site–you have a great eye, we all benefit!!

  4. the scholar Says:

    aw, paris art, that is very nice of you to say that. i am having a lot of fun and it is encouraging to know that people like you are enjoying what i find!

    hope to see you again!

  5. Jeannie Richter Says:

    I also love this artist, not only for the work itself, but for the person herself. Long time, no see.
    Suz, please contact me?
    Your old friend,

  6. Jean Hines Says:

    I would like to commission water diamond 2 in a 4 by 5 – thank you Jean Hines

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