5403 Monument Avenue
Richmond, VA 23226
7:30 PM | Thursday Dec 15, 2016
Susan Singer is difficult to pin down as an artist unless one recognizes that her ultimate goal is to mindfully follow her leadings, regardless of how diverse they may be. She began her artistic career drawing herself and friends, pregnant and about to bring forth new life. After that, she created massive pastel paintings of scars to come to terms with her sons’ life-saving operations. She drew Twelve Naked Men to draw attention to society’s tendency to objectify women, but not men, then painted over 50 life-size female nudes to help women recognize the gorgeousness of their bodies
regardless of their size or shape. Recently she has focused on a lifelong delight in patterns and has created a product called Triangle Play to encourage creative play.