Suesan Stovall's artwork involves painting, and so much more. She creates pieces of every shape and size, every medium and color, every type of message and meaning, personal messages to be interpreted as they will by the viewer.
Says Arts & Ideas magazine, "Stovall’s assemblages have a large and loyal following on the Vineyard and elsewhere. Her pieces are soulful and spiritual, sometimes political, and often historical, exploring both her own personal journey and the journeys of others. “Found objects have energy in them,” she says. “I have to be very respectful of images and other things I use in my work, because they’re part of the histories of living people.” The daughter of the civil rights pioneer and newswoman Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Stovall frequently incorporates themes from the African-American experience into her work.
Suesan Stovall's work can be purchased during the summer at the Groovy Sue Gallery at 9 Spruce Avenue in Oak Bluffs, or by contacting the artist directly.