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2017 EVENTS!

Spring / Summer / Fall 2017 -

 

August 15 - 20, 2017.  Altamont Fair Photography Show.  Located in the Fine Arts Barn. Always an amazing display! 

October 1 - 30, 2017.    Saratoga Library Hallway Gallery exhibit - Sue and Dr. Roger?    

November 11- December 31, 2017. Saratoga Arts All Member Show!!! 

December 2, 2018. 6-8 PM. Saratoga Arts All -Member Show Opening Reception and Potluck. (6-8 PM.) A member favorite! We meet at Saratoga Holiday Inn for cocktails and a bite to eat before hand, and end the evening usually with  Dr. Roger and Letitia, our night owl movie producers, after,  at The Inn at Saratoga! See you there!  

 

 

July 8, 2017 - Schoharie Crossing Artist Reception 4-7 PM. 

May 19, 2017 - Stony Creek Library Art Show. Artist Reception - 7 PM. All things Adirondack! 

  

 

 

FALL 2017

September 2017 - Solo Photography Show at Hadley Luzerne Library. 

OCTOBER 2017 - Sue will have a SOLO PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW on exhibit at Saratoga Library, for the month of October. Subject to be announced.  

 Awards / Honors/ Acknowlgements:       or...  DANG! We are proud of Sue! :)                        KUDOS!

2017 

The Year 2017 - Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the building of the Erie Canal! 


August 2017 - Sue's "Old Bones," a photographic study of weathered wood on a historic shed at Schoharie Crossing, was voted "Most Popular, by the public, at  the "Views and Vistas" art show.  Thank-you all!



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2016 -

February 2016 - First Place - Photography show.  "Creatures and Characters of the Adirondacks" - Stony Creek Library. - (Portrait of Johnny Thorpe.) Thank-you Stony Creekers!!! Love you all.  

August 2016 - Altamont Fair Photography Competiton - 2nd Place Ribbon. 

2015

JUNE 1,  2015  -  Sue's CAPE COD seascapes "Red Ball," and "Red Ball Sailing," have been awarded juried status into the "Colors of Humanity" SEASCAPES Art Show!


 

Dear Sue Clark,

    Thank you for submitting your work into Colors of Humanity Art Gallery. Your participation is greatly appreciated. By contributing your talents and skills, this helps to ensure a diverse body of work for an attractive show.  

    I am pleased to inform you that "Big Red Ball" and "Big Red Ball Sailing" have been accepted for inclusion in the June 2015 show, “Seascapes”. Congratulations! Multiple accepted entries came from across the USA and 3 other countries, Canada, Greece, and Italy.  A variety of styles and mediums were entered including, acrylic, colored pencil, digital art, linoleum print, oil, oil crayon, pastel, photography, spray paint, and watercolor. The judging criterion was originality, interpretation, quality, demonstration of ability, and usage of medium. Other factors, such as the clarity of the images provided and their ability to be viewed online, also contributed to our decision.

    We were very happy to donate to The Water Project, with 10% of all entry fees from this show.  It is our hope that this small act of kindness will blossom and grow to help someone else.

    Please visit www.colorsofhumanityartgallery.com on June 1, 2015, to find out which works were chosen and to see which works were selected as winners. All accepted entries will have a link back to the artist’s website or his or her email address if no website.

Thank you again for participating in this show and for allowing us to consider your work for the exhibition. We wish you continued success in your artistic endeavors and a bright future.

Sincerely,

 

Janelle Cogan

Creator

 

April 2015   -

"Simply Saratoga" magazine  editor Chris Vallone Bushee has selected one of Sue's photos, capturing a sublime moment in Saratoga National Cemetary, for "Simply Saratoga's"  debut photo spread "Life In Saratoga," featuring the best of locals photographers views on anything Saratoga. 

Next up... Chris has selected Sue to photograph the local genreral stores in our area, including Charlton, Route 67, Focastle, and Lakeside Farms, for an upcoming article, to be published in the May June complimentary  copy of  "Simply Saratoga."  

 

 JANUARY 2015 - Ta Da!!! Looky! Looky! 

X, Sue 
www.SuePhotography.com 
Your FAVE photographer.

Rotary Homeshow Art Auction
Jan 15 (3 days ago)
Sue,
Thank you for your entry into the Saratoga Rotary Home Show and Lifestyle Art Auction the weekend of February 27 - March 1, 2015. The artist "meet and greet" and wine tasting event will be Friday evening, February 27th, 2015, from 5:30 - 8:30 at the Saratoga City Center. The actual auction will be on Saturday, February 28, from 4:30 - 6:30. 
We are very excited to announce that your fine art photography “Horse Whisperer” and “Houdini” have been chosen for the Saratoga Rotary Home Show auction. Congratulations, we will be contacting you in the next week to finalize the details and arrangements. We would like to feature some of the Artist’s biographies in the Home show magazine along with a picture of their Art. If you would like to be featured in the magazine, along with the picture you submitted, we would need to know by tomorrow.

Have a great day,

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August 2014 -    

Sue was notifed by Saratoga Arts that her fine art print was juried into their summer art show, "Sights and Sounds of Saratoga." The photo, "Saratoga Outrider", captures this mighty horse at rest. A sight to behold.   

Sue also took home a third place jury award in the month of August for her fine art equine print,"Looking Through the Grape Vine." This beautiful horse was also found at Saratoga. The horses face is framed with grape vines.   

 

November 2013 - Front cover of Your Hometowne Magazine.


November 2013 - Article and photographs about WWII veteran, Dr. Tom Smith, and Leatherstocking Honor Flight Trip to Washingtonm DC, printed in Captial District magazine.  

August 2013 -  Sue's photo, "Big Red" was awarded a Second Place Premium ribbon at the Tri-county Altamont Fair!

2013 June - A selection of Sue's "Valley of the Dolls" body of photography work, has been awarded a juried Second Place standing in the on-line juried show, "Bodies Beautiful, Bodies Bizarre," organized and promoted  by the really cool New Mexican, Ana, and via renegadefemme.com

f2013 March 28th - Sue has just been awarded First Place in the Metroland PhotoLand Photo Contest. The theme was "Young At Heart." Sue captured one of the senior actors in silly costume, during a photo shoot of Dr. Roger Wyatts film "Life on the Run."    :)

3/2013 Sue's First Place Winner! -  Metrolands Photoland Competition

 

 


August 2012 - Altamont Tri-county Fair. - Sue's fine art photography print ''Cadillac Man," was awarded a First Place Premium Blue Ribbon at the Tri-county Altamont Fair. She was also awarded a 4th Place Ribbon in the agriculture theme photo category, with her fine art print  "Bee Condo / Honey."

July 2012 - One of Sues Southwest photos was chosen  as a winner in last weeks Metroland Photo Competition. The theme was Festival!


JULY 2012 - Sue has been chosen by renegadefemme.com website, as their featured artist. Sues extraordinary  fine arts photo of a outrider horse, titled "Saratoga Siesta,"  at ease in the backstretch area of Saratoga Racetrack,   graces the home page of renegadefemme.com!


 

 

"Saratoga Siesta"

 

 

 

 

February 9th, 2012 - Sue was again awarded 2nd Place in the Metroland photography contest. This time. Sue chose a red barn with a big heart drawn on it, for Metrolands  announced Valentines theme - "So, This Is Love." The barn belongs to the Davis Family of Saratoga, who have  been baking apple pies for a long time now! Go buy some! Pick up the Feb 9th edition right away!

January 12th, 2012 -   Sue was awarded 2nd place, in Metrolands photo contest. the theme was "New Years Resolutions." Sue chose a macro shot of library book titles, extorting "losing wight, eating no meat, cutting down on negativity etc. "

December 2011-  Sues photography portrait of a WWII veteran   has been awarded  runner up to First Place, in Volume 34, NO. 51, December 22nd, 2011 issue of Metroland Magazines "Photoland" themed photography competition. The theme for this period was "My Hero."  Sue submitted an informal portrait of Mr. E. Kaufman, a local  WWII veteran. Mr. Kaufmans  portrait was taken  up at the New York State Military Museum, in Saratoga, where Mr. Kaufman  toured the facility for the first time. He also was interviewed by staff member Mr. Clark, of the NYS Veterans Oral History Program. Mr. K.  was then taken to lunch across the street at the Saratoga Irish Pub - "The  Parting Glass", where he had his first beer in many years! A fine day he had. "Ed"

 

* September 2011 - Located in New Mexico, the Hubbard Museum of the American West  has chosen to exhibit 3 of Sues Western  Lifestyle photography prints!  This exhibit has stiff competiton from photographers all over the United States, so I am pleased and honored to be selected, yet again, by the Museum, for their annual fall competition. This is the 6th year, Sues phototgraphy has been accepted into this amazing "all things West" competition. Chosen were the 3 prints below -

"Air-Conditioned"

"Summer Breeze"

 

"Red Hat Society"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  December 2010 - "Horse Whisperer," which is Sues  equine home page photo, was chosen as a Finalist, and published, in  Serbins "Best of Photography, 2010." book.

 

"Horse Whisperer"

 

 

 

 March 2011 -  SOW'S EAR Studio and Gallery juried show  results - Sue is notified that all 4 of her photography submissions have been juried into the upcoming Sows Ear Art Show!!! They are:"KING of SIAM", "Swan Lake I", "Swan Lake II," and "Sundance."

 


                                                                                                                                                 "King of Siam"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 2011 - Finalist  - Pacific Art League juried exhibition - "HORSE WHISPERER". Palo Alto, California.

 • Third Place Yellow Ribbon at the Altamont Fair for "Busted in Tombstone."   August  2010

Finalist in the Photographer's  Forum Magazine International Juried Talent Search.  Out of 35,000 entered photos, my black and white print,  " Horse Whisperer, " was selected as a Finalist,   and will be published in the  Photographer's  Forum   "BEST OF PHOTOGRAPHY; 2010"  book , in December, 2010. "Horse Whisperer" has won several placements in juried shows, including the Hubbard Museum of the American West annual photography exhibit, plus a first place Blue Ribbon.  A sister photograph, taken on the same day in Arizona, "Arizona Houdini," had also been selected for the 2009 Hubbard Museum of the American Wests Fall Annual Photography Exhibit.

• Two of my photographs have been juried in to the Hubbard Museum of the American West  19th Annual Fall Photography Exhibition, 2010.  "KISS,"  and "Sparkle."  Both will be  on display at the Hubbard Museum of the American West, in Ruidoso Downs,  New Mexico, until December 2010,  (Thank-you Cali, Laurie and Ruben. )  "KISS" is also on display at the National Bottle Museum show. All horse lovers will enjoy this picture of love, between a young girl and  her horse. I will also be featuring "KISS" on the front cover of a newly published book representing my fine arts photography.

My photography has been juried in  to the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th annual Hubbard Museum of the American West  Fall Photography Exhibit and juried show, in Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico. I am deeply honored to have this opportunity, to show my work, with the best of Western photographers. 

"Johnny's Blues"     First Place - Blue Ribbon Award - Altamont Tri-County Fair.  Portrait of Johnny Thorpe - Taken in Woodstock, NY. The steps Johnny sits on, are part of a beautiful building in Woodstock, that hosts many up and coming  bands. We have seen many great bands over the years, this day being no exception. Johnny has a great ear for music. Road trip! 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                       "Johnny's Blues"

 

 "Albuquerque Blues" is an award winning shot taken in Old Town Albuquerque. What a beautiful  old town square it is. The Mission, in Old Town Albuquerque, and in the  court yard,  is a place of Spirit.            

                                                                                                               

                                                                                                              "Albuquerque Blue"

 

The Reviews are in!

 

visit www.your-hometowne.comAs owner/ publishers of Your Hometowne, our very own community magazine, we couldn’t be happier than to see a local, home grown professional photographer such as you provide our community with a view from your lens , you are an outstanding artist and champion of small business, a combination that provides a refreshing insight into those things that we take for granted and in some cases, overlooked in the hectic pace that is the norm in today’s world. Your snapshots in time will reside forever in our hearts and recollections of a great community.

Thank you for sharing

Paul and Cheryll Hill

 

 

 

"It is impossible for me to escape the observation that Sue Clark captures the essence of the subject in her photographs. It might be the eyes of a person, a horse, a doll or even the wildlife. In other cases, it is the jeweled hands of a wood carver. Then again, there are the details in the grille work and trim of vehicles that appear in her Automotive gallery, and it is even in the extractions of emotional features in her Moods gallery. The ability to reflect this basic essence of insight and emotion in her work sets her apart from those who rely on the panorama or the spectacle to grabs one’s attention. You can feel the personal connection to the subjects she portrays, and you find yourself beginning to know them too."

Gary Larsen - Photographer
www.LightEffectPhoto.com

 

 "Sue Clark's photography seems inspired by the works of such artists as Dorothea Lange, Cartier-Bresson, and Weston. She uses background, light and composition, to capture the essence and mystery of the colorful individuals in her viewfinder, in a way that almost looks like the portraiture of John Singer Sargent. She is a force to be reckoned with, in the world of both color and black-and-white photography."

Dr. Daniel Way - Author and Photographer www.danielway.com

 

 

 World Champion Trainer Wendy Washeleski:

As a long time owner, competitor, trainer and instructor of world champions in the equine industry, I have been viewing professional equine photo's for over 30 years now.  I have seen them through many different lenses, and I must say that I am touched, moved, and inspired by your equine photo's.  Your ability to capture the horses true character, heart, and soul, is a gift to horse enthusiasts, and more importantly the "HORSE"!  Thank you.

Wendy Washeleski

Upstate NY Source Team Leader
"Making a difference in the world through horses."
 
There is something different about the west; the air is rarer, the handshakes firmer, the culture deeper than her canyons. The imagery is as solid as the Rockies, as enduring as the vast windblown deserts.
Sue Clark captures it, in all of its human mystery and scenic majesty.
As a historical re-enactor at the Pioneer Village Living History Museum, I work with dedicated volunteers, striving to put flesh on the bones of history; bridging the decades to bring the 19th century to museum visitors, at the dawn of the 21st. Our volunteers perform throughout Arizona, Tombstone and Prescott, in Nevada, California and at events nationwide.

Because of my mode of dress, I am often given to portray one of the Earp brothers. This led my friend Al Freehauf and I to meet Sue on a recent trip to Tombstone, where we were introduced to her sunny personality and unique, artistic talents.  

Beauty is said to be in the eye of the beholder, and when the beholder is Sue Clark, one may view through her lens, the soul of the west, where is bred a passion for individual strength and a loyalty, to the timelessness of the land.

Randy Edwards - Pioneer Village Living History  Museum - historical re-enactor.

Cave Creek, Arizona

 

 

 

 

 

Director Roger Wyatt:  
Inviting Sue Clark to document a recent on-location production was a very good call. As an independent filmmaker, I've come to realize that choosing collaborators carefully is one of the most important decisions a producer will ever make in a feature film production. While having a good eye is a given for a documentary photographer, Sue is  at a whole other level with her strong aesthetic sense. Sue Clark produces fine art reliably, repeatedly, and in real-time. Further, she does this not in the studio, but on location, with all the distractions, hurdles, and barriers that real life can present.
Sue is the consumate professional. She shows up on time, focused and ready to go. Her equipment works. She gets it right the first time. There are no re-shoots. That's important, when over forty people are on a set, and it has taken two weeks to pull together all the resources - people, location, and equipment. It also helps that Sue Clark is easy to get along with. When the pressure's on, there's no time for prima donnas. People like Sue gets the job done.
I call Sue my ninja imagemaker - I hardly knew she was there, unobtrusive, yet Sue looked into the heart of the matter at hand. I really appreciated that there was no flash going off to disrupt the flow of my filming, yet Sue's images are well lit, and very usable. I was floored after my twelve hour day when I crawled over to the computer, to check my e-mail one last time. Amazingly there was a couple of emails from Sue stuffed with images from the day's production. Astonishing.
The morning after, fortified with coffee and a good night's sleep, I looked more carefully at her images. They were terrific. The details, the shoes, the signs, all of them. The deft use of B&W added glamour and class to the shoes and other images. Then there were the portraits. The color images were terrific. Sue made me realize that even my extras were movie stars. Sue Clark made everyone look their best or examined an interesting aspect of them. The light, the composition, the form - they were beautiful. I felt Sue's passion, and saw her unique perspective in every frame. Bravo.
I would work again with Sue Clark in a heartbeat.
Producer Roger Wyatt, has been making films and videos for 43 years. http://lifeontherunfilm.blogspot.com/

 

 

 

 

 

Ana Rivera, Owner     
Renegade Femme Gallery - Taos, New Mexico

"To say her work 'POPS' is putting it lightly."  Sue Clark's vibrant photography pulled me in, instantly.  Growing up in the Southwest, and working with art in Santa Fe all of my life, I have been exposed to endless southwest imagery, from paintings to photography. Sue Clark's work is captivating.  The compelling colors in 'Ghost Ranch', the mood in the equine photo "Close To You", and the spirit of her subjects in the portraits she has captured with her camera, leave me breathless…numb.  There isn't a collection of Sue's photographs, that I don't find alluring in any way.