Queen of the House is an original acrylic painting on board by contemporary artist, Sue Wall. Ms. Wall continually shows her love of felines in the many beautiful paintings she dedicates to them. She has a very intimate knowledge of some of her subjects, as they as her living companions! Here she understands and renders a wonderful reflection of the "attitude of cats". The art measures 10" x 6" and the modern gold frame is 12 1/4" x 8 1/4". The painting and frame are both in excellent condition. Cat lovers, what an adorable piece to add to your collection.
Sue Wall was born in Cleveland, Ohio on February 18, 1950. Ms. Wall graduated from Garfield Heights High School before going on to earn both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Fine Arts from Ohio University. She relocated to New York City to pursue her professional career. Ms. Wall has made quite a name for herself, specializing in animal portraits. She has also published note cards, calendars of cats and Victorian architecture.
Her awards and honors are numerous; they include honors from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s May Show and Gallery One’s Annual Masterworks in Miniature events. She has been included in publications such as Great Women of the 21st Century and Leading Intellectuals of the World – Millennium Edition.
She has been featured in The Artists Bluebook-2005 & Who’s Who in American Women, 2003 -2008, along with numerous other publications. One of her most recent awards was winning the Woman Artist Award in the YMCA Woman Artist Exhibition, Butler Institute, Youngstown, Ohio. She has held annual one woman shows beginning in 1974 continuing through 2003.
Museum & Permanent Collections include: Aurora National Bank Collection: Butler Institute of American Art Canton Art Institute Museum: Cleveland Art Association Cleveland Museum of Art: The Hague, the Netherlands Yale University Art Collection: Kennedy Museum of American Art Sue holds memberships in the following: Allied Artists of America; National Historic Preservation; the American Artists Professional League; the Miniature Society of Florida & the MPSG Society of Washington, DC. This is a partial list! Ms. Wall resides in New York City where she continues to work.