Sue Ciccone is a contemporary representational/realist painter who lives and works in Pennsylvania. Many of her paintings are inspired by the beauty of this area and the surrounding flora and fauna. Her distinctive personal style emanates joy, peace and contentment seen in nature.
Her realistic, rich landscapes and vibrant, engaged animals both great and small, are brought to life with harmonious and contrasting colors. Each piece of art beckons the viewer to immediately connect with her subject.
For many years Sue painted under the instruction of artist and professor, Karl Kuerner. Sue’s work has been featured in multiple art galleries, juried art shows and is collected throughout the United States. She is the recipient of the 2018 national Great American Street Award/ Banner Project. Sue’s studio and her art was featured in both May and June, 2018 issues of County Lines Magazine. She was honored that her premier collection was purchased for permanent showcase at Philadelphia’s iconic Talula’s Daily Restaurant. Her work has been repeatedly selected by the philanthropic Healing Art Works organization for display in four major regional medical centers as part of their permanent collections. She has created many commissioned works of art over the years.