New Website


For the past couple of years I’ve been taking classes in html5,css3, and design graphics. There is so much to learn! I know I could hire a pro to build my site, but I love learning how to do this myself, especially with Adobe Products.

I started the  website after painting the hot yoga mural. The first section that is up and running has to do with the six years I spent in Los Angeles and the many murals and projects I painted with students, neighbors and other artists. As time goes on, I am discovering that many of the murals no longer exist. Understandably, artwork reflects a moment in time and doesn’t always withstand the changes of time. Thanks to the internet, I can keep these murals and projects publicly referenced whether they still exist or not. For some, it’s a trip down memory lane. Enjoy!

My future intention for the website is to add several more sections including paintings from my archetype series,  graphic design, as well as a store.

A sample of images from the website:

Click on any of the images below to get to the website.

 Bob Barker Mural       Workboot Warehouse Mural

Cornucopia of Cultural Diversity       Electric Whimsy Mural      

Night Gallery Doors Project       Village of Hope MuralHe's No Angel SculptureArchetype of the Feminine Angel, Angel Project

   Bears by the Lake, Bears Project       Ventural Music Festival Project

Italian Landscape Painting       Trompe l'oeil Kitchen Door


About kriegart

I am Susan Krieg, Mixed Media Artist, since 1989 when I first started working as a water colorist for Accent Graphics. I've lived on the West Coast, the East Coast, the Midwest and the Southwest, and currently in rural Virginia. I studied art at Cal College of the Arts in SF and The Art Students League in NYC. I am influenced by Modigiliani, Picasso, Lempicka, Dunand and a million other things.
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3 Responses to New Website

  1. Shari says:

    That’s too bad some are gone. I love your mural work!

  2. Julie Parrish says:

    I would love to see a store on your site. I’ve loved many of your paintings throughout the years. 🙂

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