Current Work

Commissions welcome. Contact me to arrange yours at suzannegstarr@gmail.com

This is a drawing of a dear woman named Miriam. The media is graphite and carbon pencil on 300lb acid free watercolor paper, with just a hint of pink pastel in the roses.

Maine Morning

Each piece is 11″x14″ charcoal on paper. SOLD

Cormorant

11″x14″ charcoal on paper

Maine Coast

11″x14″ charcoal on paper —SOLD

“Heading Out”

11″x14″ charcoal on paper- SOLD

“Liberation Near Magdeburg 1945”

“Liberation 1945 #1

See below for a link to the full story.

These charcoal drawings are based on an iconic image taken by Major Clarence Benjamin. I gained permission to do these drawings from Matthew Rozell who wrote the book entitled, A Train Near Magdeburg. To read about the story behind this image, please visit:

www.teachinghistorymatters.com.

“Reckoning “

Just completed this 4’x3′ charcoal Drawing. See the video below for details hard to see in the image above.

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