Being an artist often means seeing our world a little differently than others do. I love the play of light and shadow, and hope to convey to the viewer the simple beauty that is all around us.
Karen Suponski studied art at The School of the Worcester Art Museum. Over the last several years she has worked primarily in the pastel medium. Working in a classic realistic style, her paintings are luminous and varied. From landscapes to automobiles and trains, Karen captures light to create works that draw the viewer into the scene.
Recognized as an award winning artist throughout the northeast, her paintings can be found in many private collections. Her talent for composition and color resonate through all of her paintings.
Karen and her husband Gene have lived in Granby for 42 years.
My collection of photographic images for this gallery show represents my interest in exploring a range of subjects to artistically exhibit in print format.
Gene Suponski has been practicing the art of digital photography for 15 years. He photographs a wide range of subject matter, capturing the aesthetics of a challenging environment.
He enjoys the technicalities of digital image processing through to producing a photograph in print form.
Gene has been successful entering juried exhibitions throughout Connecticut and New York City, as well as being honored with a number of awards. He is a gradudate of The School of the Worcester Art Museum where he studied with Sante Graziani.
Gene and his wife Karen have lived in Granby for 42 years.