Guest Book Entries

Thank you so very much for visiting my on-line gallery. You are most sincerely invited to read what others have had to say about their experience here.  I would also very much appreciate having the addition of your thoughts. I am asking that you submit your thoughts to my webmaster.  After review, legitimate communications will be posted on my Guest Book Entries page so that your words might be shared with others.  I thank you so very much for your cooperation with this process and with your patience.

Susan, You show such command across so many spectrums of artistic creation: printmaking, oil, watercolor, pastel ...Very impressive. Your note card creations are absolutely, hands-down the most unique & ingenious I've seen. Brava to you!
Roger Sonyero <>
- Friday, February 20, 2009 at 10:07:33 (EST)
Although I lack a green thumb, I do not lack an appreciation for fine art representations of flowers. Your "Seven Oaks" series is a stunningly visual bouquet!
Darius Drew <>
- Wednesday, February 18, 2009 at 10:54:52 (EST)
Susan, Thank you so much for sharing your work with the public online. The unique way in which you capture the plants & architecture of South Louisiana, as well as the essence of our culture & heritage, is so very gratifying for one who is of this area. Although all of your work is so very pleasing, I am most enthralled with your etchings, especially your Garden District pieces (you have immortalized -- in such a romantic, almost ghost like way -- the treasure that those homes truly are). Your life story is as fascinating & intriguing as your artwork; you are so brave to share so intimately the details of that journey, which is--at minimum--incredibly inspiring to those of us who have not endured your afflictions. I do wish you well & will certainly make my way to the gallery on Oak Street in New Orleans that is showing your work. If they represent this well on a mere computer monitor, they must be stunning in person. I shall come here often to keep up with what you are creating. The body of work laid out here (so beautifully I might add) is astonishing for one who started this process as therapy only to see it blossom into a second career. It is so ennobling that you have turned an infirmity into viewer enriching art. I can not think of a more satisfying way to have spent my Sunday morning: Your website supplies everything except the coffee!
Jerome Francis <>
- Sunday, February 15, 2009 at 10:27:54 (EST)
Susan, I just love your paintings...Especially the rose Mlle. Franziska Kruger. My grandmother used to grow these in her yard. Thanks for the memory; I can almost smell them! Westley
Westley Annis <>
- Sunday, February 15, 2009 at 09:10:12 (EST)