Saturday, November 30th, 5 - 7 PM
Susan Swartz Studios extends a warm invitation to celebrate freshly curated works in the Gallery for the fall and winter seasons. Ranging from vibrant, warm reds to cool and calm blues, the current exhibition demonstrates the energetic transitions that occurs within the natural world. Experience how Susan Swartz communicates the connection between color and seasons across select bodies of work. Whether purely abstract or with inklings of realism, every piece is an invitation to immerse within the splendor of nature and a celebration of change.
Enjoy an evening with an appearance by the artist, Susan Swartz. Accompanying the celebration is a live music performance by . The Artist Reception will take place at Susan Swartz Studios, in Historic Downtown Park City, 5 – 7 PM, overlapping with the Electric Parade.
This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP is required, however guests are welcome to confirm their attendance on the Facebook event or by email here. We look forward to seeing you.
Susan Swartz explores the landscape through potent colors and richly layered abstract paintings. With her evocation of coastal splendor and mountain drama, Swartz follows in the tradition of the great German painters, 19th century Romantic sage Caspar David Friedrich, and 20th century icon Gerhard Richter. She is inspired by the intersection of art, nature and spirituality.
Swartz's distinctive style has been recognized with solo exhibitions at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) Museum in Beijing, China in 2018; the Manetti Shrem Museum in Davis, California in 2018; the Russian State Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia in 2017 to name a few. Swartz serves on the National Advisory Board of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Dean's Council of the Harvard Divinity School and is the co-founder of charity-based The Christian Center of Park City. She is on the board of the Utah Film Center and a founding member of the documentary film organization Impact Partners. Read more about Susan Swartz.