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by Susan Maxwell Schmidt
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Our spiral notebooks are 6" x 8" in size and include 120 pages which are lined on both sides. The artwork is printed on the front cover which is made of thick paper stock, and the back cover is medium gray in color. The inside of the back cover includes a pocket for storing extra paper and pens.
A fantasy digital oil painting on canvas of Jupiter's daughter Minerva, the wisest of Roman gods and goddesses and overseer... more
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"Jupiter's Daughter"A fantasy digital oil painting on canvas of Jupiter's daughter Minerva, the wisest of Roman gods and goddesses and overseer of all things requiring forethought, wisdom, philosophy, art and medicine, among a host of other intellectual pursuits. She is dragging the planets to the heavens as an allegory of her power and importance in ancient Roman mythology. I used primarily plum purple, royal blue, white and brown in my whimsical metaphorical artwork. Please visit my Surreally art gallery to see more of my odd little mind at work.Copyright 2021 Susan Maxwell Schmidt, all rights reserved.
My mind lives in a rather strange world of its own, in a state which I tend to refer to as "delightfully twisted." Through my art, which I am vehemently determined to continue to create with as little outside influence as possible, I work tirelessly to interpret the concepts my mind creates in a moment-by-moment barrage of ideas that always seem to come faster than I can realize them in a tangible form. Though my artwork over the past 40 years has evolved from my early days of shooting on film to manifesting itself in many different forms of more contemporary media, from the delicate transparency of digital watercolor, to the no-holds-barred starkness of noir digital photography, to even the fanciful abstract-turned-conceptual properties...