The daughter of a hobby artist, Maggie Sue set aside an early interest in painting to work and raise a family. Recently drawn back to the arts through poetry, she re-connected with the visual arts at the New School of Colour. She continues to publish poetry and show art in local exhibitions.
Maggie Sue finds art to be a great, safe form of expression, relaxing, fulfilling, and rewarding. “Faces in the Dark” explores the relationship between visibility and invisibility. Maggie Sue believes all art pieces are masterpieces.
Recipe for a Masterpiece
One plain canvas, then you’ll see
Just how creative one can be.
Imagination, TLC, whatever will we see?
Black, red, maybe some white
A little imagination, it’ll be alright
A form of expression one might say
In my opinion, it is the better way