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Series: Susan Egan; Polaroid Ladies

By Jason Moriber • Aug 12th, 2008 • Category: Freshness

I’ve known Susan Egan for over a dozen years. Ever since graduating art school she’s been balancing her two loves, horses and photography, spending half the year to be closer to the horses and half in NYC, where she’s trudging along nicely.

Her work has always gravitated towards the body, with an open freshness that appears exhibitionist, but is really the path towards self-fearlessness. Call it your birthday suit, in Egan’s work there is a confidence, a notion that clothes are to keep away the cold, a place to hold things, merely a veil for the beauty that your body is. Sexy for sure, that’s what it’s all about isn’t it?

In tandem to this series we’ve posted a brief interview with Susan about the work. Click the image below to see the series.

Jason Moriber is a veteran product/project/marketing manager, underground artist/musician, and online community developer, Jason expertly builds/produces/manages clients' projects, programs, and campaigns. Follow me on twitter http://twitter.com/jelefant
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  1. [...] a brief interview with Susan we’re presenting in tandem to the photo series we’ve posted, which contains work currently on exhibit at Gnarly Vines in [...]

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