Through her non-objective approach expressed in paintings on unconventional surfaces, Suzan Globus, focuses her artistic expression on conveying the wonder she derives from our changing environment and highlighting the fraying relationship between humankind and the natural world.
The artist credits her formative years spent in Japan as the strongest influence on her work. Globus holds a post-baccalaureate degree in Fine Arts from Kean University. She pursued additional studies at the Arts Students League, The National Academy Museum and
School and Grace Graupe-Pillard’s workshop.
Globus has shown work in New Jersey and New York museums and juried and solo gallery exhibits. Her art is held in private collections across the country.
Acrylic, metallic on bark
21.5 × 8× 9 in.
I transform ordinary, discarded bark into shimmering, mysterious jewel-like objects to trigger investigation into the often overlooked and sometimes abused natural elements in our rapidly changing environment.