Sue Maseth is a teacher/artist. Color and movement of the eye are key factors in her work where Futuristic techniques are used to abstract the subject. As her work evolved into watercolors and oils, it became more abstract and the mechanical nature changed to more spatial and landscape oriented formats. She shares her love for pastels with her students by showing techniques for developing a visual language with a versatile media. “Teaching art to high school students has been a significant part of who I am as an artist. I have taught just about every art content including ceramics and traditional photography; but, my passion has been teaching the AP Studio course for college-bound artist students.” Susan earned a BA from Western Maryland College in studio art and education. Her MFA-AE is from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She is a masterful career art educator with Frederick County Public Schools.
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