Susan Marmolejo Kipp is an artist who splits her time living in Vancouver, WA and on Harstine Island. Her art training in calligraphy, watercolor, printmaking and book arts has been through classes and workshops.
Her style is eclectic, and she mixes media frequently. Her inspiration comes from different avenues, though much of her work is influenced by the environs of the South Puget Sound, her Mexican-American culture, travels and her spirituality.
She exhibits frequently in group shows in the Portland/Vancouver area and around the South Puget Sound. Susan has won awards for watercolor and mixed media. She was awarded an honorable mention at the 2014 Spring Southwest Washington Artists Show which drew over 200 entries.
Besides being a member of Gallery 360, she belongs to the Society of Washington Artists, the Southwest Washington Watercolor Society, the Oregon Society of Artists, the Portland Society for Calligraphy, Nib’N’Ink and Off the Walls.