Susan Miller Bradbury
Susan Miller Bradbury, a fine art and portraiture artist, is a full-time working artist and has had her artwork in several books as well as many top galleries up and down the East Coast. She has exhibited in many national juried events and has won Best in Show at several art events in the recent past. She has exhibited a solo event at the Bower Center and has been a featured artist at the The Gallery at 122 Main, Elkton, Maryland, Art Speaks gallery in Mathews, VA and Carolina Creations in New Bern, North Carolina. Other representation are the Little Gallery, LinDor Gallery, and Black Dog Salvage in Roanoke, VA.
She enjoys capturing the events of life and especially appreciates taking her memories captive and placing them on the canvas. Her love and inspiration for art came from her mother, Elizabeth Miller, who was a fabulous and well-known watercolor artist.
Susan’s unique style shows through her utilization of provocative lighting and/or expressive situations to capture the viewer’s heart with the use of acrylics and oils.
Susan graduated from Radford University with a BA in Graphic Arts as well as a minor in French. Later in life, she rediscovered a love for painting and went on to take classes from many well-known instructors such as Daniel Greene, Paul McCormack, Vera Dickerson, Lee Boynton and is currently studying under Stephen Bauman, Daniel Gearhart, Heather Sink and Jennifer Gennari.
She has illustrated several published books and has won many awards for her art. She is currently teaching classes in oils at the Studio School in Roanoke, Virginia and privately in her studio located in Gallery 202 on the Roanoke Market.
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