The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life. ~William Faulkner
Susann Foster Brown has been a working printmaker for 46 years, a graphic artist longer, a hand spinner for over ten, and a skilled quiltmaker for decades. She likes to see the beauty in small things - rural images and eccentric architectural details - pay tribute to those who have come before and to their handiwork. If those ideas appeal to you, you'll be glad to make her acquaintance.
Cellarbrook Farm's goal is to provide a place where you can find unique treasures for yourself - or for someone dear to you. Expect to be surprised.
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Susann Foster Brown works from Cellarbrook Farm, creating etchings, quilts, handspun yarn and other works of art when she's not in the garden or volunteering at the New Hampshire Farm Museum. Born in Concord NH, she graduated with honors from Syracuse University School of Art with a BFA.
These days she's proud to be a juried printmaker/fiber stitchery member of the League of NH Craftsmen.
Larry Brown, master of all trades, provides support, encouragement, and humor to everyday life. He likes to shove big chunks of granite around, make fascinating garden sculpture, serves on many local committees, and works on gasoline engines. He can fix just about anything, and can tell interesting stories any hour.