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Postponed – “Echo of the Unconscious in Painting” Book Signing and Art Exhibition with Drs. Susanne Schuenke and Naum Itkin
March 27 @ 5:30 am - 8:30 pmFree
In response to COVID-19 Federal, State and Local guidance we have postponed this event that was scheduled March 27th and will reschedule the opening and show in the near future.
“Echo of the Unconscious in Painting”
A Book Signing and Artists Talk with Artist and Dr. Susanne Schuenke and Dr. Naum G. Itkin and an Exhibition of the Art of Dr. Schuenke
Where: The Vault at 1930 Art Gallery
Cocktail Opening: Friday March 27th, 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Artist Talk at 6pm
RSVP by calling The Vault at 904-398-2890 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copies of “Echo of the Unconscious in Painting available for purchase at The Vault
Softcover $ 117.95
Hardcover $ 147
Collector’s Edition $ 170
Note: Copies of the Collector’s Edition are limited to 100 copies. Superior print and illustration quality , each collector’s edition is signed and numbered and contains an original drawing of the artist.
About Dr. Susanne Schuenke
It is the artist’s aim to connect the observer with the intrinsic beauty dwelling in the colors and forms and simultaneously present to his/her intellectual inquiry a rich offering of my representational intentions. The art critic, Ann Leighton, coined this in one sentence: “Susanne Schuenke tells stories with the brush” in reference to the richly formulated and detailed content of her paintings. After the first impressions, the topics enfold in a wide spectrum from philosophical thoughts about the existing conditions of mankind to the humored satire observable in our societies.
Originally from Dusseldorf, Germany and now residing in St. John’s County, Dr. Schuenke’s works have been displayed across the United States, Great Britain, Germany, France, Singapore, Japan, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Lebanon, and South Africa.
About the Exhibition
This “Echo of the Unconscious in Painting” exhibition at The Vault at 1930 will run from:
March 27th to April 10th, 2020
Open Tue.– Fri. 11am – 5pm
Sat. 10am – 4pm
(Sun. and Mon. closed)
Artist’s guided tours through the exhibition:
Saturday, March 28 2020 , 11am-1pm