Suzanne King Randall    
The artist has been painting most of her life being raised in a creative family; creativity is a natural way of life. Since the early 1970's her career as an artist was intermittent with raising children and having exhibits. Her art education was shaped, as she needed to learn different media. She experimented constantly to "know" each medium. Ms. Randall has exhibited in Art Students League, New York City; Fine Arts Museum in Taos, N M; Kirkpatrick Museum, Oklahoma City, OK; Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS; Governorís Gallery State Capitol, Oklahoma City, OK, Norick Art Museum, Oklahoma City; as well as Traveling Exhibitions throughout Oklahoma. Her work is included in collections around the country. Most recently at the Kemp Center of the Arts in Wichita Falls, TX.
Galleries in five other states have represented her including La Jolla, Ca. and Taos, New Mexico, Wichita, Kansas and St. Louis, Mo. Ms. Randall has had solo exhibitions in and around Oklahoma City, including three different Norick Art Museum exhibits, and participated in Red Earth Festival and The Festival of the Arts.

Raspberries and Cream
Acrylic on Canvas
1994 Randall began a business "Mixed Media Art Supply Studio" on Paseo and later at Casady Square. Teaching painting and working on her own art kept her busy until closing the business in 2003.
In the most recent past; La Baguette Bistro spring of 2003 followed by a two-person exhibit at IAO in November 2003; both shows contained new work called "Remnants"; March 04 in Oklahoma City at Raffine' Interiors Studio. Exhibition at Taylor's Contemporarean in Hot Springs was in 2005 with two other Oklahoma artists, Michi Susan and Suzanne Owens. She began scheduling solo shows every three to four months in different venues around Oklahoma and Texas. January 2008 Suzanne exhibited her works at the Kemp Center in Wichita Falls, TX Then on to the Scribner's Gallery in Enid for April soon to be followed by the Leslie Powell Gallery in Lawton for July 08. During 2009 the new gallery Istvan Gallery, Oklahoma City was the next venue to exhibit new and interesting work.  

Acrylic on canvas

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