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About the Artist

Susan Jamison

Susan Jamison is best known for her intricate egg tempera paintings, which present a mystery cult of florid women who foray into the wild and commune with animal spirit guides or familiars, acting as avatars for the viewer’s imagination. These figures combine vulnerability and strength, sexuality and innocence, the magical with the natural. They are often tied or bound with delicately painted threads or lace and other references to domestic crafts. A multidisciplinary artist, Jamison’s feminine iconography spans work in painting, drawing, textile-based sculpture, and installation, all steeped in ritualistic and mythological associations.

Jamison received a MFA in painting from Rhode Island School of Design. Her works are held in the collections of the Mint Museum, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University, Try-Me.org, POM Wonderful LLC, and numerous private collections. Jamison lives and works in Roanoke, Va., where bears and bobcats are know to walk through city neighborhoods. More of her work can be viewed on her website www.susanjamison.com.

Cover image: “Prick” by Susan Jamison, egg tempera on panel, 18”x18”, 2012

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