ArtbySKS

Original contemporary impressionism by Susan Sumner

Hackettstown, New Jersey · 227 Sales

ArtbySKS

Original contemporary impressionism by Susan Sumner

Hackettstown, New Jersey 227 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Contemporary impressionist paintings to brighten your home and heart

Susan Sumner

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ccedmonston

ccedmonston on Nov 12, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely love my painting! It was just what I was looking for. Beautiful and serene. I feel like I'm in the mountains when I look at it. Thank you!

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The world is my studio

I love to paint outdoors and work quickly to catch the fleeting mood and light. This gives my paintings an impressionistic fun filled look. I have painted in all kinds of weather and particularly love the light just before or after a storm and a mild day in mid winter when the snow is still deep.

All my paintings are originals - I never make copies or prints. Even when I return to the same scene, the light and my mood have changed.

My blog, The Artful Codger, shows paintings step by step. Follow the link below.

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    I especially love painting outdoors - even the noises and smells sometimes make their way into the painting

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How accurate are the colors shown in photos?

I try to take photos that will show colors accurately but computer monitors sometimes vary and some colors are almost impossible to catch perfectly. If you are not pleased I will refund your purchase price

How should I frame my painting?

Acrylics and oils are usually standard sizes on canvas or Masonite panels and most will fit a standard frame. Acrylics and oils do not need glass or mats. Small paintings can be displayed on an easel or attached to a wall with Velcro. Watercolors should be framed under glass and look best with a mat. Again, I try to use standard sizes so you easily find a frame.