Suzon Lucore attended CCAC (now CCA) in Oakland and San Francisco in the late 80’s. Influenced by Mary Cassatt, Paul Cezanne, and Monet her loose style and freedom often captured portraits and iconic locations throughout California. Suzon was encouraged to go on to art school after receiving her AA from Yuba Community College and received a scholarship to the school of her choice. Although Suzon received her BFA in painting; illustration, film and media were also keen interests. Marketing is now her occupation which daily draws on her artistic talents. See the portfolio for samples of graphic design.
Suzon Lucore; b: 1964
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19 Faces of Covid 19 Painting
Those who respect others wear a mask to protect all is the name of my COVID 19 Mask painting. Those who respect others wear a mask to protect all.
I see divided America. I see the divided World. I see people, ordinary people doing their jobs, their duties and living their normal existence in not so normal times.
The Covid 19 painting captures some of these people living with the new normal or as many look at it, abnormal. Military people doing the duties that they so valiantly signed up for, ambulance drivers being afraid if front of great risks. Soccer coaches looking for those to guide. Peace officers helping so many why so few tarnishes the barrel of bright, shiny apples.
Those now building or rebuilding structures as they break down the equality barrier, delivery drivers risking it all for a hot pie from a reputable restaurant hit hard by the pandemic. From the protestor expressing his right to be heard, to the night stock person refilling the empty shelves. You see, this painting could go on endlessly.
The woman in the lower left corner is the only one with an oxygen mask on. She is the epitome of the COVID patient; alas so are all. The virus does not care if you are poor or rich; employed or homeless; protector or defender. It can take them all. It has.
Is it difficult to wear a mask? Most people say yes. To all, protect others, do not think of yourself when you wear your mask. Protect the World and stop this pandemic.
Suzon Lucore, B 1964, Acrylic on Canvas, 6' x 96". 2020
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