Suzan Sevo's (Susanna Sevoyan) unique blend of opulent colors and imaginative themes reflect the exquisite beauty of her homeland, Armenia. She got her first recognition and awards as an artist after her first personal exhibition in 70s. Susan's career has been a story of talent refinement and pursuit of dreams.
Descending from an artistic family, along with sounds of the music and images of the surrounding paintings, it all inspired the artist to paint. Suzan declares "I would like to paint the music, I would like to paint the song". The result is a style whose shape and color requires the vigorous applications of white tones and is made unique by making use of the textures of the canvas and the paint. The range of her work is diverse as she investigates the aesthetic secrets of paining landscapes, portraits, still-life, miniatures and graphics. Though influenced by the great Impressionist tradition, she constantly develops and pursues new and unique objectives with each pointing and continues her artistic quest to this day.
Six different museums of Armenia have Susan's paintings. Twelve of her works hang in the museum home of the great Aram Khachaturian, whose Saber Dance has flown around the world, carrying Armenian musical culture and spirit. Many of Susan's paintings hang in galleries and private collections in Europe, Russia and the United States.
Since 1991 Miss Suzan Sevo resides in California In the past few years her works have been presented at Art Expo, Los Angeles; Art Expo, New Yank; Art Americas, Miami Beach; Icon Gallery, Beverly Hills; Agoura Gallery, Soho, NY, and many others. Miss Sevo has also contributed to Publishing Arts. In May of 2001 Suzan Sevo has received a Lifetime Achievement award at Business Symposium at Huntington Beach, CA.
Since 1998 Suzan has been working at Art-X studios where she continues to create beautiful paintings and actively displays them at numerous personal and group exhibitions.