Suzanne Storer Two-Person Exhibition
NSS Elected Member Suzanne Storer has work included in a two-person show at The Gallery at the Salt Lake City Main Library. Titled “Clay Portraits – Looking At Us” the show features Storer’s bas-relief portraits alongside the watercolor landscapes of local SLC artist Mark England. The models Storer uses for her ceramic creations are not the usual sculptural subject matter. “More and more I use homeless people as models” explains Storer. “It is important to me to sculpt them. I often find people in city parks, paying them for their time to pose for me. Each of these figurative artworks bears a strong physical and/or psychological likeness to the person I’ve depicted. After all, each of us has spent a lifetime becoming who we are.” The show runs through April 15.