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Susan Fielder

Susan Fielder

Find Apparel, Home Decor and more at www.iPlaid.org (Intuitive Passion Launches An Inner Discovery) a site dedicated to "a hopeful cure for Pancreatic Cancer"

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A musician/song writer, artist, poet, designer, writer, and highly successful business woman, Susan is courageous, innovative, creative, energetic and committed. A walk through Susan’s world is an exciting journey revealing a passionate woman inspired by art and sustained by her empathy for others.

Inspired by artists such as Friedensreich Hundertwasser, a famous and highly regarded Austrian artists of the twentieth century and incorporating nature and vibrant colors, Susan’s art is abstract, organic, saturated with color. It draws the viewer into a world of color. Interpret it as you will, each of Susan's dreamlike paintings is subject to your insight.

Like the artists who influence her, such as Mexican Vladimar Cora whose work has been called neo-figurative, minimalist and coarse, Susan Fielder’s art is neo-primitive, outsider art (a label created by French artist Jean Dubuffet to describe art created outside the boundaries of official culture). Other influencers are Picasso, Calder, and Miro.

"Susan's art drives me nuts! Choosing my favorite is a challenge. I can't have just one," says fan Vicki G.

Like other producers of outsider art, Susan's paintings have a naive quality. Some have deemed them visionary, schizophrenic, primitive, psychotic, obsessive, compulsive, untutored, vernacular, self-taught, rough, raw ...call them what you will. Outsider art is self-taught and non-academic. Outsider art is now on the inside with the Outsider Art Fair in Paris in Oct 2017. http://outsiderartfair.com/ A good history of Outsider Art can be found at http://outsiderartfair.com/outsider_art.

Taking this a step further, Susan’s medium is done entirely digitally. Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process including computer art and multimedia art, and digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art.

More generally the term digital artist is used to describe an artist who makes use of digital technologies in the production of art. In an expanded sense, "digital art" is contemporary art that uses the methods of mass production or digital media.

Susan writes - “Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process including computer art and multimedia art, and digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art."

"I have always wanted to be an artist," says Susan. Discovering her hidden talent has been both a surprise and happy shocker. She hopes you find as much pleasure in looking at her art as she has found in creating it.

With every painting/item purchased, a donation is made to funding Pancreatic Cancer researchers which took Susan's much loved husband Dan Mears.

I have a very big dream. One that I hope will make a difference for those who are currently fighting, or families who have lost a loved one to the silent killer, pancreatic cancer. I want to raise awareness and much needed funds to support pancreatic researchers to finally find a cure to this deadly disease.

My husband, Dan Mears, was a wonderful man and truly deserved to enjoy his retirement, friends and family on his life-path. Instead, pancreatic cancer took us into a world that was unknown, scary and frighteningly like an out of body experience. iPlaid happened on the way of digesting his loss, through grieving, and blindly trying to make a difference somehow, someway.

In the last 4.5 years since his death, I happened to find my passion on the iPad creating art and the magic of this expression produced a plaid that I now call iPlaid, which stands for "Intuitive Passion Launches an Inner Discovery." None of this was planned, nor articulated, it is what has just become. I prayed about finding answers and I believe that a Higher Power has led me down this road.

My very first image on the iPad is called iPlaid on behalf of Steve Jobs. Why? One reason was of my love for Apple products, but more importantly, the fact that he was known worldwide for fighting the fight but losing his battle with this terrible disease. It just made perfect sense to me to name my design "iPlaid" for him. I sent it to Tim Cook on metal which is a signature of my work to ask for his help and to please use the image and let Apple vendors give back a percentage of iPlaid produced products with the iPlaid image to help Pancreatic Researchers. I am still hoping he will embrace this cause.

Other art followed as you will see with "Peaceful Passion" for my husband, "The Blessed Man" for Count Basie, "The Dancin' Man" for Patrick Swayze, "Notes to Music" for Luciano Pavarotti and many more on my site. The first 12 images in my gallery represent those we have lost. The goal is to raise awareness and much needed funds for pancreatic cancer researchers by producing iPlaid imprinted products and tell the story. Hopefully, this will be a new way to find a cure through Art.

I have custom products available on www.susanfielderart.com, www.iplaid.org as well as www.zazzle.com/iplaid with many more designs. I am also very interested in licensing these images to those who wish to help me make a difference on any platform. I thank you in advance for your help. If you have lost a loved one, please contact me and let's talk about doing a piece for them.
In my heart, I hope I never have to see a loved one go through this again. Blessings, Susan Fielder - I can be reached at on my cell 858-395-8466 or at susan@susanfielder.com.