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Surrounded in her home and studio by the Indian artifacts she collects and paints, Sue Krzyston believes these objects represent the “soul” of the people who create them. She says, “I strive to capture that soul on canvas by using a contrast of texture, light and color.”
Krzyston’s oil paintings have been featured in Southwest Art Magazine, Art of the West and Western Art Collector Magazine. Her work has been included in shows such as Cowgirl Up!, Peppertree Art Show, The Night of Artists, and Settlers West Miniature Show. Sue most recently received the Govenor’s Award for her painting at the 2009 Cowgirl Up! Show at the Desert Caballeros Western Museum in Wickenburg, AZ. Sue and her husband Mike reside in Phoenix, Arizona.
Biography from the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame