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Thursday, July 9, 2015

Artist Interview: Sue Danielson

Words of the day: mistakes. space. process. scale. conversation.

Sue Danielson, painter based in Seattle, joins me in this conversation about her work and the experiences that surround it. "Process, process, process" is the main element keeping Danielson's practice together and quietly strong. Listen below as she details her fascination with printmaking, experimentation, and more.







Chemical Reaction, acrylic on panel, 42"x58", 2015








Hornet's Nest, mixed media on paper, 17"x14", 2015










I Was Here (There You Are), 43.5"x49", mixed media on Tyvek, 2015









Incubation, acrylic on panel, 58"x42", 2015










Deeply (Embedded), acrylic on panel, 48"x60", 2015








Audio interview with the artist:







The artist's website: Sue Danielson




Artists mentioned in the conversation:

Pierrette Bloch
Amy Sillman
Charline von Heyl
Maureen Gallace
Agnes Martin
Lee Krasner
Mark Bradford
Lari Pittman
Richard Diebenkorn
Giorgio Morandi
Henri Matisse





A quote Sue Danielson would like to share:


 “The space we love is unwilling to remain permanently enclosed. It deploys and appears to move elsewhere without difficulty, into other times, and on different planes of dream and memory.”

The Poetics of Space
Gaston Bachelard 





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 *Sue Danielson will be hosting a studio moving sale on July 11th at her Seattle studio. Please visit her blog for more info: here