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Second Touch Art is the creative works of

Susi Schuele

Susi IS a unique artist and CURRENTLY the only artist in the country creating fine abstract art with colorful stainS on wood panels using mostly her hands.

On occasion, there may be Abstract alcohol ink paintings or acrylic paintings on a traditional cotton canvas.

but Susi is anything but traditional so this will be rare.

SECOND TOUCH ART BELIEVES IN CREATING RELATIONSHIPS WITH ITS COLLECTORS. FOR THAT REASON, A SHOPPING CART IS NO LONGER PROVIDED. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ONE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL WORKS OF ART, PLEASE SEND SUSI A MESSAGE OR CALL TO INQUIRE.

Susi is represented by the Gallery of Wisconsin Art (GOWA) in West Bend, Wisconsin and woodland studios in stoughton, wisconsin.

Pieces currently in these galleries may be viewed and purchased at THOSE locationS

Please see the Representation page for directions and information.


COLORFUL STAINED FINE ART ON WOOD

 
“A Thousand Years”, 36” x 36”, colored stain on cradled wood, 2018

“A Thousand Years”, 36” x 36”, colored stain on cradled wood, 2018

COLORED STAIN ON CRADLED WOOD

Stained mostly by hand in vibrant colors, these cradled wood panels are birch wood faces with pine cradles. Several sizes are available. 

“Listen To the Music”, 25” x 25” FRAMED, Colored Stain on Oak Panel, 2018

“Listen To the Music”, 25” x 25” FRAMED, Colored Stain on Oak Panel, 2018

COLORED STAIN ON WOOD PANELS

Stained by hand in vibrant colors using various techniques and sometimes other mediums, these pieces are generally on birch, oak, aspen or poplar panels and are custom framed in floating frames. 

 

Also be sure to see the "Tiny Art” Collection… Tiny art for the child in you or the child in your life,

these under 5” pieces are a great way to teach a child about art and starting a collection. children’s song titles are carefully selected to fit each piece just as they are for all of susi’s art.

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A whole new world

"A whole new world
A hundred thousand things to see
I'm like a shooting star
I've come so far
I can't go back to where I used to be..."
~Lee Salonga, Brad Kane
From "Aladdin"