Suzanne Cerny - Exhibition February 15 -28th

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Bio of Suzanne Cerny 

Suzanne Cerny began her art career sketching jazz musicians at a local club in San Francisco. She completed her education at Cooper Union Institute in New York City. Cerny became a member of the San Francisco Art Commission and she has taught Basic Drawing at community colleges. She continues to further her artistic education by studying classical drawing techniques.

"Art isn't just about what mediums you use, or what subjects. Art becomes a way of life. Once you enter the art mode, and begin to study history of art, world art, ethnic art, religious art and the desired mode of art (for me it is drawing and painting, 2 dimensional illusionist art, it takes over your mind and body and so you just live for it. Everything else is second place. Whether combining your art with a message to the world, or exploring design, color and mediums, you are in a different stage of what you are doing, and it all becomes part of how the visitors, the viewers of your art, get to know you. Changes in consciousness, aging, changes in your life, will affect your art and send you into a different period of expression. Art, copying, imagining, feeling, all aspects which more or less come through you, as effortlessly as the flight of a bird." Suzanne Cerny