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  • A white ceramic plaque with five watercolor painted birds on a tree branch and be joyful and free, and give love to every other creature you see" in black cursive font."

    Little Birds Plaque

  • A white ceramic picture frame with four multi-color watercolor painted butterflies on the right hand side.

    Four Butterflies Ceramic Frame

  • A white ceramic picture frame with a watercolor painted hummingbird on the bottom.

    Hummer & Flower Ceramic Frame

  • A white ceramic plaque with four watercolor painted birds on a tree branch and "friends see farther when they lift each other up." in black cursive font.

    Hummers on a Wire Plaque

  • A white ceramic picture frame with five watercolor painted birds on a tree branch on the bottom.

    Hummers on a Wire Ceramic Frame

  • A white ceramic plaque with two watercolor painted birds and "a friend never asks where you're going. they just know you need a companion along the way" in black cursive font.

    Peas in a Pod Chickadees Plaque

  • A white ceramic picture frame with five watercolor painted birds on a tree branch on the bottom.

    Little Birds Ceramic Frame

  • A white ceramic plaque with five painted birds on tree branches and "be kind to every little thing" in black cursive font.

    The Get Together Plaque

  • A white ceramic plaque with four watercolor painted butterflies and "faith is a beautiful thing that flutters in the soul" in black cursive font.

    Flock of Butterflies Plaque

  • A white ceramic plaque with a watercolor painted bird  on a branch by a pink and purple flower, and life is beautiful... if you don't slow down, you might miss it" in black cursive font."

    Garden Visitors Plaque

  • A large white washed wooden cross.

    Large Whitewashed Wood Cross

  • A white washed decorative wooden wall cross with engraved texture lines.

    Choose Joy Wall Cross

Susan embraces both the struggle and joy of creating, always honoring the process more than the presentation. Her work comments on mental health, social justice, and her East Indian ancestry
-Susan Spangenberg