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Sue Rogers makes artist books that tell stories using pattern, structure, and sequence. She hopes to engage her audience with multiple views and levels of content in each book she makes. Her sources of inspiration are the natural beauty of Maine, the lives of women from this region, and her personal reflections on the passage of time. Making artist books employing imagery, form and abstraction allows her to extend her practice of drawing, printmaking, digital arts, photography, and collage to a more complex level.
Sue has studied with Rebecca Goodale in the Art Department of the University of Southern Maine. She has participated in classes at the Maine College of Art, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Sue is a member of the Kate Cheney Chappell 83 Center for Book Arts Critique Group and attends KCCCBA workshops. And, Sue is a member of the Kate Cheney Chappell 83 Center for Book Arts Advisory Board.