Saturday, December 6th, 2014. 6-8 PM. All Member Show and Artist Reception!!! Saratoga Arts - 320 Broadway, Saratoga. Potluck. Bring your fav bottle of wine, and a small dish to pass. A fav event of the year!!! All Member Show on exhibit until Jan 1, 2015.
PAST: Saturday, November 15h, 2-4 PM. ARTIST RECEPTION!! Schenectady Historical Society's Mabee Farm site, Rotterdam Junction, NY - Juried art show / artist reception - Sue has three selections in this show!!! Show is open until February 2015.
May 31, 2014 - (Saturday) 11-4 PM. Charlton Founders Day Art Show at the Little Red School House in Charlton, NY. Charlton Artist group display their art work. All art for sale. (11-4 PM) Sue will be displaying her Southwest Georgia O'Keeffe's Ghost Ranch landscapes!
June 1, 2014 - (Sunday) 11-4 pm. Charlton Founders Day Weekend Art Show at the Little Red Schoolhouse.(11-4 PM) Also - on the same grounds - one of THEBEST rural green markets going! (11-4 PM.)
STAY TUNED. MORE TO COME IN 2014!
JANUARY 2014 - Sue continues to be the lead still photographer documenting the independent movie by Dr. Roger Wyatt, titled, "Life On the Run." DO friend "Life On the Run" on FACEBOOK. Sue also will be submitting her fine art photography in national and international photography exhibits. Stay tuned!
NOVEMBER 2013 - Look for the November 2013 edition of Your Hometowne. Sue was awarded the front cover, with her winning shot of the Iwo Jima Memorial, photographed in the late afternoon. Sue placed the sun behind the flag, allowing for a glowing flag to appear. Many positive comments were recieved by the editor/publishers of Your Hometowne. It was Sue's honor to escort a local WWII veteran, Tom, to this Memorial, last September. Tom fought on Iwo Jima for many days, and survived. 80 % of his fellow Marines perished there. Being with Tom at this site was to walk on sacred ground.
November 2013 - Sue's TOMBSTONE COWBOYS and WWII Code Talker portraits will be on display at the Saratoga Library Cafe, now managed by Saratoga Breadbasket. Come see the portraits of Navajo Codetalkers! They are stunning.