One thing deeply important to me is the idea of place. Of home. A space for living, for finding the hidden in the revealed through reflection, investigation, adaption, and integration.
The canvas works in Home Sweet Home (And Other Suchness) started out as references to another place and time, but they were transformed through process into something different, becoming uniquely what they are now, in the present. Other works included are artifacts of that process and investigation. Cultural markers of time. Together, this collection of canvases, artifacts, and works on paper, adapt to the unique architecture of Lowe Mill A&E, utilizing the floor, the walls, the ceiling, the inside and outside, thus making a new home.
Susan Luss (excerpt from artist book accompanying the exhibition)
Installation photos of my solo exhibition, Home Sweet Home (And Other Suchness) On view at Lowe Mill A&E, Huntsville, Alabama — November 14th 2018 through January 5th, 2019.
Works on canvas vary in size from 8 x 9 to 25 x 12 x 6 feet.
Works on paper vary in size from 5 x 5 to 22 x 30 inches.
Sculptural works in any medium vary in size from 4x 4 inches to 1 x 1 x 4 feet.