Shades of Red and Blac – Suzzan Blac

It’s easy to describe Suzzan Blac’s work at a basic, visual level. Dark. Bold. Violent. Gory (Blac is the self-proclaimed “goddess of gore”). It becomes more and more difficult, however, to classify Blac’s work when moving from mood and tone to purpose and statement. Blac’s subject matter is generally tortured bodies, blood, pierced skin, blood, screaming faces, and did I mention blood? Her latest work, Onus is visually more tame and restrained than the majority of her body of work, but evokes pained and tortured emotions as much as any other piece.

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More of Suzzan’s work can be found at the Beinart Collective and on Suzzan’s RedBubble page.

Is Onus a mastery of the macabre? Decide below.

New work found at the Museum of Weird Art (MOWA).

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  1. Chris says:

    I say her collective work is a cry for attention.

  2. suzzan blac says:

    I say you are totally wrong!!
    I am a surrealist who paints my emotions, and just because they are negative feelings instead of ‘happy’ ones ,some people dismiss it as being satanic,evil,attention seeking or that I am disturbed! I think these people see something of themselves in my art, and some people dont want to see the truth,

    I dont paint commercially, I paint what I paint because I am a true artist and many people relate and connect to my work, I share a universal pain with thousands of people which many thank me for helping them.
    ‘to embrace ones pain..is to set you free..to paint it…is to free the pain of others.’,

    Suzzan Blac.
    p.s..I accidently clicked on farce! haha

  3. Chris says:

    So, what you’re saying is that you do art and you’re never happy? So, you’re a 16 year old girl that watches a lot of Twilight. Awesome.

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