KoettPhotographs

SUZANNE KOETT PHOTOGRAPHY SHOP

Texas, United States · 164 Sales

KoettPhotographs

SUZANNE KOETT PHOTOGRAPHY SHOP

Texas, United States 164 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Announcement   Fine Art Contemporary Photographs for sale

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Fine Art Contemporary Photographs for sale

Suzanne Koett

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Suzanne Koett

Maybe I'd Like To Break 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Any Two 20" x 30" Photographs
US$350.00
Composure 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Metaphysical Libertarianism 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
For The Damaged 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Any 24" x 36" Photograph
US$250.00
Solitude Is Bliss 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
You Take Me And I'll Be You 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Power And Sacrifice 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Power For Power 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
And They Will Lean That Way Forever 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Any 13" x 19" Photograph
US$75.00
Any 11" x 17" Photograph
US$50.00
This Too Shall Pass 8.5"x11"
US$30.00
Vipassana 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
You Fly Straight Into My Heart 8.5"x 11"
US$30.00
Any 20" x 30" Photograph
US$200.00
The Great Annihilator 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Rejoice, We Made The Right Choice 8.5" x 11"
US$30.00
Any 16" x 24" Photograph
US$150.00
Any three 11" x 17" Photographs
US$125.00
Any three 8.5" x 11" Photographs
US$75.00

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Sasja Rygg

Sasja Rygg on Aug 30, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I love it. So beautiful. And it shipped quickly and with a lovely personal note. Thank you!

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About

I'm OK, You're OK

b. 1978, the year disco died (thanks Mom & Dad!)
b. (again) 1993, in a Bay Area high school darkroom (thanks Ms. Govnik!)
b. (again x2) 1999, in a S.F. college darkroom (thanks Lewis deSoto and Dale Kistemaker!)
b. (again x3) 2010, as a photography and visual arts teacher (thanks Khabele School!)
b. (again x4) 2012, found the love of my life (thanks to my wife, Camille Woods!)

Artist Statement - The Study of Aloneness

In The Study of Aloneness, photographs are arranged into small series. Each series is an unconventional visual journal depicting what aloneness looks like and shows what it’s like to have a relationship with the self. Each series touches upon the elation and freedoms as well as the struggles in having to face oneself when experiencing aloneness.

When aloneness and renunciation is accomplished, identity no longer matters. Within each series, the stripping down of identity is depicted so that the imagery gives way to being universal. In each study, the subject gets closer to becoming no one, which is sequentially the most relieving condition of being alone. The deeper into aloneness one goes ultimately paves the way of losing and unraveling the false identity created over a lifetime. The minimal and simplistic compositions support the idea of forced self-awareness and challenges the behavioral patterns of avoiding oneself through external distractions.

The photographs show an eerie yet beautiful sensibility, as if experiencing aloneness for the first time. Discomfort is visually acknowledged. States of consciousness shift within the photographs and are constantly ever changing, just as the human conscious works, acting as a relief from any permanency. Hints of elation quickly yo-yo into awkward moments with the self and then interchange into peace. Through the use of color photography and black and white photography, the observer is able to delve into each state of consciousness and view each series as a narrative. The message and feeling is meant to be familiar to the viewer yet offers an uncommon and intimate insight of the artist’s transformative experience of aloneness.

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