“There is a delicate, subtle beauty in the way mud collects around stone, or at the edge of a frozen pond. It feels relatable, intimate, and misunderstood.”
Suzanne Yeremyan is a visual artist with a focus in experimental mixed-media abstraction.
She creates what she calls “homages” to natural patterns, textures, and movements.
Her work has been in several exhibitions and featured in both domestic and international publications.
She attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University (Boston, MA) and
has completed two international artist residency programmes in Iceland.
She is based in Rhode Island, USA.