Susan Hope Fogel Watercolor

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Paintings

Stroll

22x30

Arches, Rough

68th Street - #2

22x30

Arches, Rough

68th Street 

22x30

Arches, rough

Bicycle at 77th Street

22 x 30, 300lb.

Arches, Rough

Winter Coats

40x51

Arches, Rough

Light in the City

22 x 30

Arches, Rough

Surge

22x30

Arches, Rough, 300lb.

Natura Locum

40 x 51 

Arches Rough, 256lb.

The Veil

(Left side of Diptych)

22x30

Arches, Rough, 300lb.

Sometimes This

51x45

Arches Rough

SUSAN HOPE FOGEL

After spending many years painting in the style of traditional realism , Susan had the opportunity to work with Paul Ching-Bor to explore a new form of expression in Deconstructionist Watercolor. Working in New York City with a group of large scale watercolorists, Susan soon found herself fascinated by the experimental quality of this new media. A great departure from the world of realism this media allowed for great freedom of expression creating from an intuitive place, deep within, instead of inspiration from the outside world.

The focus of her work has now shifted to large scale watercolor painting with an emphasis on abstraction of landscape and cityscape.

Susan has studied in art schools in New York City including: classical drawing at The New York Academy of Art, figure and portrait painting at The Art Students League and The National Academy of Design. She credits John Philip Osborne for developing her painter’s eyes at The Ridgewood Art Institute.


Her work has been discussed four times in two national/regional publications:

June 2007 - American Artist discussing her North Light painting technique

Spring 2011 - American Artist magazine’s Step-by-Step Guide

Art Times in 2002 -A review of solo show

Art Times Spring 2014- A profile of Susan Hope Fogel- Artist

She has exhibited her work in: Boston, Cape Cod, Santa Fe, Vicopisano (Italy), and Istanbul, (Turkey), as well as several locations throughout New York/ New Jersey region.

Her art school, The Warwick Atelier, was started in 2008 as a forum for creative development. In addition to ongoing classes and workshops in Warwick, students of The Atelier have attended workshops, led by Susan, in Tuscany, Ireland, Cape Cod and the Hudson Valley. She also teaches drawing and pastel classes at the Ridgewood Art Institute.


In the Collections of: Mr. Louis Salerno – owner of Questroyal Gallery, New York City,
Sheri Cosloy - Former owner of Wyckoff Gallery, Wyckoff, NJ,
Michael Giaquinto - Curator of Cape Cod Museum of Art


In 2016 Susan won The Thomas Moran Memorial Award for Watercolor from The Salmagundi Exhibition for non- members.She also exhibited with the AAPL and Catherine Lorillard Wolfe in New York City, as well as with ART 345 – a collective of artists working in the Harlem Studio at 345 104th Street, NYC.

Susan's painting , '68th Street', has been selected to be part of the American Watercolor Society's Traveling Exhibition for 2016-17.

'68th Street' has also been selected to be in SPLASH 18 which will be published in 2018.

In 2017, her painting, 'Surge', received a Red Dot from The Art Students League. She exhibited this painting  The League's   RED DOT exhibition for those students who have had their work recognized for excellence.  Two of her paintings were included in the PHASES EXHIBITION at ART345 in Harlem.