Something Super Hot Pink
Studio Member since 2013
Born in Chicago in 1955, Sue Pasowicz is a dreamer and visionary. Fascinated by mystery, color, and organic forms, Pasowicz intuitively uses colored pencil and graphite to create whimsical, dream-like landscapes. Informed by both the fantastical and everyday, hints of her surroundings and memories become tangled in a web of wispy, hair-like marks that build up on the works’ surface. Often incorporating mirrors, portals, windows, or doors, Pasowicz’s work transports the viewer to nebulous and magical environments.
“I usually draw tunnels, portals, curly top trees, clouds, the future. As things come into my head, I draw on a piece of paper; sometimes I use both hands and two colors at the same time. I don’t want to do the same thing I did before. You can’t be picking the same titles as the others, because it won’t be an individual thing. It depends how long I work on a drawing. If it’s a major piece of paper, I could work on it quite a long time before it’s proper. I like seeing exhibitions so I can learn from other peoples’ artwork, you can pick up different types of ideas.”
The Rubix Cube Becomes a Thing Becoming Something, 2020
- colored pencil and graphite on paper
- 17" x 14"
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