Sue Gordon has long been fascinated with the prairies, with how living in wide-open spaces, lets us see so much sky and weather. Her prints and encaustic works are largely about the ties between land, prairie architecture, and memory, as well as our relationship with weather. Recently, her work has explored the effects of time on everyday objects, how they are imbued with new meanings as they disintegrate or rust.
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