Susana Cremin was born in South America where she grew up within an artistically successful family.
She loved art and studied with her aunt since she was 9 years old.
Susana is a certified instructor of several disciplines acrylics, watercolors, oils and more.
In 1997 she developed a comprehensive and very successful art program for a local art store which she still works with today. She is always learning and experimenting with new techniques, surfaces and supplies. She teaches all the art media locally, nationally and abroad. She strives to bring out the best in each of her students.
Susana’s style is a blend of realism and neo-impressionism. Each individual art piece is unique in presentation; they are a blend of skill and natural evolution following instinctively and intuitively to bring the work to its conclusion.
Twice nominated for Outstanding Visual Artist by the Martin County Arts Council.
Signature Member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society.
In Sept. 2010 produced an art DVD for simplifying color theory.
Developed a system to keep colors organized on the working palette.
Invited to show 2010 and 2011 at the Florida Watercolor Society’s annual Exhibition. (one more time to become signature member).
Past Board Member of the Florida Watercolor Society.
Invited to show with “ National Watercolor Society” November, 2013 *Natalie*
Her works are held in numerous private and public collections throughout Canada, South America and the United States, including in the collection at The Elliott Museum in Hutchinson Island.