November 2014
Lesbian News;Nov2014, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p1
The article features the watercolor works of Sonoma County, California-based fine artist Susan St. Thomas M.A. Topics discussed include her artistic inspirations drawn from dreams, myths, and the natural world and the exhibition of her paintings in the U.S. and Europe. St. Thomas' affiliation with the graduate arts program of the John F. Kennedy University in Berkeley and her involvement in various arts programs and her role in the founding of the Sebastopol Gallery are also mentioned.


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