LAST CHANCE Suzanne Heilmann’s "LOST + FOUND" Exhibit
10julAll DayLAST CHANCE Suzanne Heilmann’s "LOST + FOUND" ExhibitRPAC Gallery
“LOST + FOUND” Exhibit will run from May 19 to July 10, 2022 RPAC Gallery, located at 410 Main Street, Ridgefield, is proud to present LOST + FOUND an exhibition showcasing
“LOST + FOUND” Exhibit will run from May 19 to July 10, 2022
RPAC Gallery, located at 410 Main Street, Ridgefield, is proud to present LOST + FOUND an exhibition showcasing the artwork of Suzanne Heilmann and RPAC Resident Artists. Suzanne Heilmann’s art offers the viewer an invitation into a special world. She changes the viewer’s perspective of the environment through her unique ability to show what one might not usually see. Drawing inspiration from what she observes and recycled materials she finds, Suzanne incorporates “found” objects into her work, melding the traditional with diverse.
Suzanne’s exploration and combination of different mediums may make it hard to believe that one person alone could have created her body of work. As a nonconformist, she often integrates previously discarded materials to create unique fabrications full of texture. Thus, the reason she is a self-proclaimed “Textualist”.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Suzanne Heilmann grew up in a family that had to adapt and integrate into numerous cultures and countries. Several languages were spoken at home while the family lived in South Africa, Denmark, England, and Mexico before settling in the USA in 1968. As a young woman, she attended high school in CT where her artwork was allowed to blossom. She graduated early and began working in New York City for a leading advertising firm before attending college at Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore, in their Fine Arts program. Wanting to broaden her artistic and international background, she transferred to American University, in Washington, DC, before a permanent move to New York City. Suzanne finished her BFS in Design at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, Summa cum laude. Visit www.suzanneheilmann.com for more information.
ABOUT RPAC GALLERY AND RPAC ART CENTER
RPAC’s mission is to create, promote and exhibit working, emerging, and student artists while providing them with a supportive and creative environment. Owned and directed by Dee Dee Perrone Colabella, RPAC Gallery on Main Street provides a wonderful space with high visibility and foot traffic in the middle of downtown Ridgefield, CT for artists to showcase their work. Our everyday goal is to help our resident artists with whatever they may need to increase their exposure in the art world. We pride ourselves on the many different styles and media in which our artists create, as we believe in maintaining a rich and diverse collection of works for the community to enjoy. Visit www.rpacgallery.com for more information.
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