Hyde on PCDaily
Hyde on PCDaily

Susan Hyde’s madonnas and angels are part of my holiday attire. That’s an angel pin I bought years ago at the right. This year she added 4″ dancing women whose bright swirling colors add to their sense of movement. The round stands they dance on contribute more color. You can see them in her Bremerton, WA gallery and on Facebook.

My grandsons are coming for a visit so I’m getting myself in the mood for angels and movement and celebrating.

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  • reply Sandra ,

    amazing art.1############################

    • reply Susan Hyde ,

      Hey thanks Cynthia!

      • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

        I am such a fan of her work. That wonderful ‘cloth’ pattern from an early book is my favorite. I have covered, books, pens and iPhone stylus’. Love her phenomenal style and artisanship. Rock on Susan!!!!

        • reply Cindy Walcott ,

          Lorrene, I agree wholeheartedly. The color and movement of Susan’s work has always delighted me.

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