“Suz Stovall passionately explores color through vibrating color fields and thin, spontaneous line. Stovall’s abstract works invite the viewer to look deeply and enjoy the visual feast of color.”
“My current work is spontaneous and joyful exploring color, composition and design.”
Suz Stovall moved to the mountains in Utah in 2003 with intentions of retirement as a gallery owner. After over 10 years she closed her “top 100” gallery Urban Artifacts in Houston, Texas. She now resides in Colorado Springs and spends every day in her studio painting.
Sandy Friedman’s sculptures are urban totems, using the forms of mountains, sky, weather, plains, grasslands, wetlands and urban environments to evoke the energy of Colorado and the Southwest. This work was inspired by a frigid Christmas night and a moon darting in and out of the clouds. Look at the interaction between the negative (empty) spaces created by the sculpture’s shapes, and the surrounding street scene. What do you see that you would not have noticed otherwise? Medium type: Powder-Coated Steel