Suzanne Caporael

Suzanne Caporael

Suzanne Caporael’s work focuses on the temporal beauty of nature by examining the relationships between elements, primarily the meeting of water land. Caporael investigates the physical world and transforms the intellectual and methodical data she has collected into sublime and resonate images. Through these complex and varied natural phenomenons, Caporael brings her own particular scientific approach;the implied grid system and multicolored amorphous forms suggest data gleaned from such varying sources as text, scientific data, and documentary photographs. As Grace Glueck stated in The New York Times,”…you might say that if natural laws were to express themselves through paint, something akin to her work could result.”

Art critic Ken Johnson of the New York Times writes, “Caporael’s paintings are a curious mix of the aesthetic and the conceptual… the paintings are sensuous and lyrical as well as rigorously formal.”

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