Artwork by Suzanne LaFleur

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Reflections of Summer 2014 Part I

Reflections of Summer 2014 Part I

For many, summer in the Hamptons is a time when the daily grind of life gives way to seamless, sun soaked days at the beach. Suzanne’s Hamptons summer was anything but. On the agenda: Two major art fairs and a solo exhibition of breakthrough new work. The […]

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Masters of Music Take Center Stage At Studio Soirée

Masters of Music Take Center Stage At Studio Soirée

A highly anticipated feature at Suzanne’s soirées has been the special performances by major talents in music. Suzanne’s idea of including live entertainment as part of the evening was inspired by classical pianist Aldan Gatt’s surprise sit-down at the piano early this year.  The last two gatherings […]

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Suzanne’s Circle: Spotlight on Gerd Stern, Beat Poet and Pioneering Multi-media artist

Suzanne’s Circle: Spotlight on Gerd Stern, Beat Poet and Pioneering Multi-media artist

After years in New York City, one of the most interesting people with whom Suzanne has made a connection is Gerd Stern.  He was a guest at one of the first studio soirées and attended Suzanne’s solo exhibition at Bogardus Mansion last year.  Gerd is an excellent example of […]

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Surprise Performance Delights Soirée Guests

Surprise Performance Delights Soirée Guests

Whether or not most of us care to admit it, the new year signals a fresh start. And often times, this new period gives good reason to look forward to new opportunities and experiences.  This is definitely the case for Suzanne.  She has a lot of exciting […]

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The Studio Soirée

The Studio Soirée

The holiday season seems to always put people in party mode.  This past season provided the perfect time for Suzanne to host another studio soirée.  Spirits were high on this particular evening in late December.  Wine and good conversation flowed with ease.  Suzanne’s paintings became a kind […]

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Introducing ‘Suzanne’s Circle’ Spotlight Series

For Suzanne, one of the best things about being an artist in New York City is having the opportunity to cross paths with so many people who make up the city’s dynamic landscape. In addition to the visual arts, many of these individuals have backgrounds in music, […]

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Rethinking The Artist’s Studio

Rethinking The Artist’s Studio

One of the great perks of having my studio in Harlem is the size.  I have ample room to comfortably paint on large-scale, store all my supplies and ever-growing art library, and display my latest work.  The space also provides the chance for me to have a […]

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