Susan Shipley believes that art-making exists on a moral or metaphysical plain, rather than a physical. The art process is activated by internal and external stimuli, which are triggered by an emotional tug on the soul. Stimulated, the artist reacts to external stimuli from their core. The artist reacts to the beauty found in the natural world, landscape or figure. The artist may respond in an abstract way to social injustices. Nowadays, the artist tries to negotiate a chaotic world, full of risk and loss. This has an impact on the artwork and the resulting abstraction.
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