susan schuler

Early Works: From Ankor Wat to Yannan Province

My early work was inspired by a month-long journey that began with exploring the ruins of Ankor Wat, then travelling from Cambodia through Burma/Myanmar, and finally China's Yunnan province.

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The Natural World (2009 - 2011)

My current work represents a movement towards the natural world. Not in a figurative sense, but rather as reflections of nature, an embrace of the world that sustains us, yet at the same time can be made distant by the modern life.

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Machu Pichu and Cusco (2007 - 2009)

My work between 2007 through 2009 was strongly influenced by my travels to Peru, by the color and power of places like Machu Pichu and Cusco.

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Otto Buddig Commissions (2009)

In 2009, I was commissioned to create a series of site-specific and personalized works for the offices of Otto Budig. Each piece was created specifically for various individuals in the firm, with their personality and working space in mind. Additionally, these pieces explore the grid, along with organic imaginative figures, intended to be both light and yet sophisticated.

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