SUZANNE MORENO BERKE FINE ARTIST

I decided at the age of 8 that I had talent so I started painting…everything! Walls, Windows, boards and closet doors. By my senior year I was the student teacher in three of my Art class’s . In 1975 I was accepted and enrolled into Long Beach State Art Department to study Metal design (class of 13 students). This is where I found out I was great at design preferring canvas instead of metal. Forty years later I’m still painting on walls, boards, doors and canvas too! Mixed media, Inks, Acrylics, found objects and woods are my mediums of choice. I work out of my studio in Marin County where my husband is my number one supporter and art critic. Another big influence and inspiration for me came from my 101 year old Grandmother who always looked at life with the glass being half full.

Such an inviting wall inspired by my unique connection with music, culture, poetry, nature, diversity, and history. #SuzanneMBinks ow.ly/9HAm30cXU1I ...

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The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll will be an exhilarating exhibition at de Young Museum of iconic rock posters, photographs, interactive music and light shows, costumes and textiles, ephemera, and avant-garde films. A 50th-anniversary celebration of the adventurous and colorful counterculture that blossomed in the years surrounding the legendary San Francisco summer of 1967, the exhibition will present more than 300 significant cultural artifacts of the time, including almost 150 objects from the Fine Arts Museums’ extensive permanent holdings, supplemented by key, iconic loans. Who's in? #SummerOfLoveSFEvents ow.ly/og0v30cQGeN ...

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In the visual arts, texture can convey a variety of messages and emotions. #TextureThursday making Ramona look alive! 24″x48″ Acrylic and mixed media. ow.ly/Y84730cOBzv ...

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The color green has healing power and is understood to be the most restful and relaxing color for the human eye to view. Green can help enhance vision, stability, and endurance. Green takes up more space in the spectrum visible to the human eye and it is the dominant color in the natural. It is a natural choice in interior design as an ideal background or backdrop because we as humans are so used to seeing it everywhere! Xoxo, #SuzanneMBart! #WisdomWednesday ...

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