Art Gallerie at Vero: Suzanne Saul


After retirement from 40 years of teaching Fine Arts in the high school systems of Glendale, California, I created a series of works that dealt with environmental concerns. My desire was to comment on current social issues through satire.

My work in Southern California was exhibited in many vinues including the Laguna Beach Museum of art.

After moving to The Bay Area, I now find myself in a transition in my approach to painting. Abstraction is creeping in, and I find a new love and joy of the pure application of paint. Some images are apparent, at times, but the more formal concerns are with the juxtaposition of color, line and shapes and the movement created throughout the composition. I start with no preconceived idea, shapes merge, disappear, reappear to be reborn, and create a narrative of some sorts until it all seems a finished dance.

In the Bay Area my work is shown at ACCI Gallery in Berkeley, among other places. I can be reached through my email at: suzsaul@gmailcom.