Susan Easton Burns

Susan Easton Burns

Ask
Susan Easton Burns

Ask

mixed media on canvas

60 x 72 in

Fish I
Susan Easton Burns

Fish I

acrylic on fence post

5 x 12 in

Horse II
Susan Easton Burns

Horse II

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Just One More
Susan Easton Burns

Just One More

mixed media on canvas

48 x 60 in

Nude
Susan Easton Burns

Nude

mixed media on canvas

48 x 36 in

Rabbit I
Susan Easton Burns

Rabbit I

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Red Buck
Susan Easton Burns

Red Buck

acrylic on canvas

14 x 11 in

Sunset
Susan Easton Burns

Sunset

mixed media on canvas

36 x 60 in

We Meet Again
Susan Easton Burns

We Meet Again

mixed media on canvas

36 x 36 in

Work
Susan Easton Burns

Work

mixed media on canvas

72 x 48 in

Dark
Susan Easton Burns

Dark

mixed media on canvas

48 x 48 in

Forget Me Not
Susan Easton Burns

Forget Me Not

mixed media on canvas

48 x 36 in

Horse IV
Susan Easton Burns

Horse IV

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Looking Together
Susan Easton Burns

Looking Together

mixed media on canvas

24 x 30 in

Owl I
Susan Easton Burns

Owl I

acrylic on fence post

7 x 5 in

Rabbit III
Susan Easton Burns

Rabbit III

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Rising Tide
Susan Easton Burns

Rising Tide

mixed media on canvas

48 x 48 in

This Day
Susan Easton Burns

This Day

mixed media on canvas

60 x 48 in

What A Day
Susan Easton Burns

What A Day

mixed media on canvas

48 x 30 in

Deer II
Susan Easton Burns

Deer II

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Good Equals More Good
Susan Easton Burns

Good Equals More Good

mixed media on canvas

24 x 24 in

Horse V
Susan Easton Burns

Horse V

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Nine Voices
Susan Easton Burns

Nine Voices

mixed media on canvas

30 x 24 in

Owl II
Susan Easton Burns

Owl II

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Rabbit IV
Susan Easton Burns

Rabbit IV

acrylic on fence post

7 x 5 in

Seduced
Susan Easton Burns

Seduced

mixed media on canvas

24 x 30 in

Twice
Susan Easton Burns

Twice

mixed media on canvas

24 x 24 in

What Would I Be
Susan Easton Burns

What Would I Be

mixed media on canvas

30 x 24 in

Evergreen
Susan Easton Burns

Evergreen

mixed media on canvas

18 x 18 in

Horse I
Susan Easton Burns

Horse I

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

I Looked Away
Susan Easton Burns

I Looked Away

mixed media on canvas

28 x 22 in

No One Thing
Susan Easton Burns

No One Thing

acrylic on canvas

20 x 20 in

Perfection
Susan Easton Burns

Perfection

mixed media on canvas

36 x 36 in

Rabbit V
Susan Easton Burns

Rabbit V

acrylic on fence post

12 x 5 in

Spot Light
Susan Easton Burns

Spot Light

oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

Understand
Susan Easton Burns

Understand

mixed media on canvas

48 x 48 in

With Ease
Susan Easton Burns

With Ease

acrylic on canvas

24 x 24 in

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Bio

Artist Statement: Spontaneity and intuition are the two most important concepts I try to convey in my art. The spontaneous under painting gives way to an image that appears intuitively. The nature of paint is messy and I like to acknowledge that. This is a reminder that in nature, order comes from chaos. While our mind-dominated world changes to a more feeling world, we struggle for balance. Every painting is an opportunity for me to reconnect with a more intuitive part of myself. Every viewer is given this opportunity to connect with their feelings as well. The people in my life help me to express pain and pleasure. Then in turn, I put that on a canvas to share with others. We are a world of people that want to connect by our very nature. I choose to paint nature because I am a part of nature. We humans are much like animals. The main difference is that animals have no fear of the future. They live their lives with great awareness and intuition. Originally from upstate New York, Susan Easton Burns has resided in the Atlanta area for over 30 years. Her work has been displayed in the prestigous Booth Musuem of Cartersville, Georgia and has also been published in American Art Collector magazine. Susan was the featured artist for the 140th Kentucky Derby in 2014.

Susan Easton Burns
<p>Artist Statement: Spontaneity and intuition are the two most important concepts I try to convey in my art. The spontaneous under painting gives way to an image that appears intuitively. The nature of paint is messy and I like to acknowledge that. This is a reminder that in nature, order comes from chaos. While our mind-dominated world changes to a more feeling world, we struggle for balance. Every painting is an opportunity for me to reconnect with a more intuitive part of myself. Every viewer is given this opportunity to connect with their feelings as well. The people in my life help me to express pain and pleasure. Then in turn, I put that on a canvas to share with others. We are a world of people that want to connect by our very nature. I choose to paint nature because I am a part of nature. We humans are much like animals. The main difference is that animals have no fear of the future. They live their lives with great awareness and intuition. Originally from upstate New York, Susan Easton Burns has resided in the Atlanta area for over 30 years. Her work has been displayed in the prestigous Booth Musuem of Cartersville, Georgia and has also been published in American Art Collector magazine. Susan was the featured artist for the 140th Kentucky Derby in 2014.</p>
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