Suzanne Anan is an American artist who creates figurative compositions with women as her primary subject. She prefers the unpredictability of painting and the humility and vulnerability required in every stroke of oil onto canvas. Her work is inspired by poetry and literature, her raw material comes from real life. Her images are evocative, working through moods and memories to reveal what it means to feel human. Her work titled “Woman In Blue” has recently been chosen by juror Cora Rosevear, curator Museum of Modern Art for an exhibition titled “Bound” for a national women’s exhibition. Her work was also selected by juror, Daniel Shay of the National Gallery of Art, in Washington, DC for a National Arts Exhibition for her painting titled “Ain’t I A Woman?”
Suzanne studied abroad in Venice, Italy in an international program and received her Master’s Degree of Art from New York University. Her artwork has been featured and sold in international exhibitions and in American galleries, donated to several non-profit organizations, and commissioned by large corporations such as Johnson and Johnson and The Newark Museum.
Her work has been recently added to the private collection of Sir Paul McCartney and Lady Nancy in Sussex, England. Suzanne resides in Belmar, NJ with her family. She is an Artist Member of the Belmar Arts Council, Oil Painters of America, American Women Artists, American Artists Professional League of New York and the Salmagundi Club.
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