Announcement Art by American published artist, Laura Sue. © 2005-2017
Art by American published artist, Laura Sue. © 2005-2017
deborah782 on Apr 17, 2017
I am so pleased with my new painting. I smile every time I see it. Shop owner, Laura Sue, promptly answered my inquiry and after I ordered my artwork, it was shipped out and received sooner than I expected. (Thank you, Laura Sue for the sweet gift print you included). I hope to do business with this shop again.
Alex Butler on Apr 5, 2017
I love the print and it was so generous of you to send a gift print:) much appreciated! I'll be back for more! Take care!
Cedar & Sage Art is the home of Published American Artist Laura Sue
New home decor products will be added in time so be sure to favorite!
Artistically influenced by living throughout the American frontiers; from the deserts in Arizona to the plains of North Dakota, the Oregon forests to the hollers of Tennessee.
From her art emerges the moxie, colors and ingenuity of the animals and people who make the wild places home.
Laura Sue Art is collected for major television show interior sets, such as: HGTV ‘Selling New York’ and ABC’s ‘Better With You’ and ‘Super Fun Night’ as well as ‘Modern Family’.
2014 calendar published by Andrews McMeel titled ‘Songs in the Library’, University of Notre Dame 2013 Literary Catalog Cover, Front cover of the ‘Yearning Feed’ by American poet, Manuel Paul Lopez, permanent exhibition piece at The Omni Hotel, Nashville, TN.
Her work can be found in myriad of public and private art collections both in the United States and abroad.
Laura Sue's Art is also available in many retail stores as canvas reproductions, pillows and blankets including Bed, Bath & Beyond, Kirklands Home, Hobby Lobby and others.
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Owner, Maker, Designer, Contemporary American Artist
I dream, invent, create and smile every day. Published Contemporary American Artist
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