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BAGSC Member Suzanne Kuuskmae: Botanical Art Exhibit at Destination Art

Purple grapes and rust-tinged leaves.
Grapes by Suzanne Kuuskmae

BAGSC member Suzanne Kuuskmae is currently showing 25 of her works at Destination: Art in Torrance. The gallery says "Suzanne Kuuskmae's studio is a marvelous gallery of her talent in many styles, subjects and media. Sue paints amazing botanical watercolors. She also works with pastels to create paintings of the world around her in landscapes, still life and much more."

She recently showed her work in Destination: Art's show, "It Isn't Easy Being Green."

What does the color green evoke for you? Down-to-earth? New beginnings and growth? Renewal and abundance? Jealousy and inexperience? Destination Art invited viewers to see how each of the 76 artists interpreted their theme in 93 paintings. Artwork was displayed at the gallery from January 25 through March 2nd, and is still viewable online here:

Destination: Art

1815 West 213th Street, Suite 135

Torrance, CA 90501

(310) 742-3192

Gallery Hours: Thursday-Saturday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

(Closed Sunday and Monday)

Pink rhododendron flowers with multi-colored leaves.
Rhododendron of Jedediah Smith Park by Suzanne Kuuskmae

Purple lupines, shown in detail.
Lupine of S. Oregon by Suzanne Kuuskmae

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