Thursday, January 16, 2020

Considering LOVE


Considering LOVE
Oil on Wood
6"X6"

Available for sale online from SusanLandor.com

I am glad Indiana's LOVE is back on the wall SF MOMA.
We need all the LOVE we can get.
It's January. Cold. Wet. Grey.
I am listening to Bach's Well Tempered Clavier nonstop in the studio, trying to stay in touch with my soul. That and long lunches with dear friends. Keeping the darkness at bay.

Friday, January 10, 2020

Great Expectations


Great Expectations
Oil on Wood
6"X6"
Available for sale from SusanLandor.com

I am glad to find Robert Indiana's "LOVE" is back on the wall at SF MOMA, where life goes on. Signs that all is not lost and maybe we are headed for more hopeful times.

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Christmas Cactus 2019 Bursts into Bloom


Christmas Cactus 2019 Bursts into Bloom
Oil on Wood
8"X10"

Available for sale from SusanLandor.com

The gift that keeps on giving. 
See my post from 2017 when this plant met me at the front door. 
Two years later, it is bursting into bloom, a little glimmer of hope in the dark of December, inspiring a painting again.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Christmas Cactus 2019


Christmas Cactus 2019
Oil on Wood 8"X10"
$700

Note to self.
Fewer errands.
More painting and more Mozart.

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Fall


Fall 
Oil on Wood
12"X12"

Available for sale online from SusanLandor.com

It's here.
Rain is on the way, along with friends and family. All are needed now more than ever. Time to start cooking.
Thankful.



Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Note to Self


Note to Self
Oil on Wood
6"X6"


Read. Write. Take notes. Facts matter.

Friday, November 15, 2019

LOVE - Never Gets Old


LOVE - Never Gets Old
Oil on Wood
6"X6"

Available online from SusanLandor.com

I want to thank Chad Olcott and Alison Landon for urging me to do an Artist's Talk yesterday at Mulberry's Home, Chad's beautiful home furnishings store in Oakland, which is all decked out for Christmas.  It felt good to be surrounded by beautiful objects and an appreciative audience who came to hear about my approach to making art, which is essentially, "just do it."