Using color as a natural communicator in her pieces and the emphasized symbol of expression, Susan McCollough brings forth an exciting journey to her audience with imagery filled with freedom of movement and spontaneity. With a carefully orchestrated use of color, McCollough creates her paintings on oversized canvases with the use of acrylic, oil and mixed media, allowing her pallet spread across the canvas, bursting with energy and fluidity. She accomplishes this by keeping her palette to two or three saturated tones, contrasted with areas of solid, deep black and primary colors in the background. She explores color, line, texture, and patterns with a powerful ability, and creates juxtapositions for maximum impact. Her abstract works may be interpreted as depictions of human figures, city scapes, or imaginary objects that create a very engaging narrative.
About Viviana Puello
Artist, Curator, Writer and Advocate for the arts. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of ArtTour International Magazine and also the creator of the ATIM TV Channel and the "ART 2 HEART" Interviews and the "Create 4 Peace" program.
Colombo-American internationally-acclaimed artist, curator, painter, writer and activist, Viviana Puello is highly recognized for her active role promoting the arts globally. Author of the inspirational book for creative minds “Just Be Inspired”, Puello has most recently receive the title of Honorary Member and the Medal of Honor by the National Academy of Fine Arts in Brazil, for her relevant contribution to fine arts and culture with her work with ArtTour International Magazine and the Vivid Arts Network.
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