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Fine Art & Limited Edition Prints > Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz Etchings
Welcome to the countryside! Through the artwork of Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz, you can see the beauty in the changing of the seasons as viewed by this artist who with her husband Dennis McWilliams left the Center for the Print in downtown Chicago as a result of soaring property taxes in 1989. Not surprisingly, Susan moved to rural Wisconsin, realizing a long-held dream. Susan's finished images are all original prints-created backwards, printed in black, hand colored with watercolors, signed and numbered in limited editions. Her artwork has always been imaginary, as she escaped the city by creating the places she'd rather be. These works became increasingly detailed to bring the fantasy closer to reality. As her eyesight changed, Susan turned to magnification for a greater level of fineness. Each image contains tiny details, such as insects and other creatures that the surroundings require. Images created since her move to Wisconsin that include the tiny lettering of scriptures, in addition to the names of family and friends. These details, woven into the imagery, have become a small trademark of her work.
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Month of June by
Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz

Part of Susan's series of etchings for each Month in the Year, June depicts the Summer view of a rural farmstead in Wisonsin. Only a few of these month series etchings are available today. Image size - 4 x 5-1/2 inches Paper size - 8-1/2 x 9-1/4 inches Medium: Hand Watercolored Etching Editon Size 300 on White Paper
Month of June by<br>Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz
A Late Morning
by Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz

A road leads through the snowy hills, past a distant barn, while deer and a fox can be seen, viewed through an imaginary crack between two barn boards in a hayloft. Created shortly after her father's death, Susan inscribed a memorial to William Hunt which is included among the tiny writings inscribed into the copper plate. It's sister image is "Early Evening," printed from the same plate but hand-painted with sunset and shadowed snow colors. Image size - 3 x 24 inches Medium: Hand Water-colored Etching Edition Size 300 on White Paper
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A Late Morning<br>by Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz
A Sunday in Winter
by Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz

This image is so typically Susan Hunt- Wulkowicz depicting rolling Wisconsin landscape, details of rural life including horses, people and even glimpses of the next village down the road. Did you find the Cardinal in the tree? Image size - 19 x 13 inches Medium: Hand Water-colored Lithograph Edition Size 300 on White Paper
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A Sunday in Winter<br>by Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz
A View of Summer
by Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz

The third in a series of seasonal "views," this original etching by Susan Hunt- Wulkowicz includes a family enjoying a picnic under an apple tree, as well as the usual tiny wildlife, including a fox, rabbits and chipmunks hidden among the grass and milkweed. Staghorn sumac grows at the bottom border, along with wild lilies. Sheep graze in a field near the farmstead, cows in a distant pasture and deer in a clearing. Tiny names and scriptures are scribed into the copper plate. Image size - 13 x 5 inches Medium: Hand Watercolored Etching Editon Size 300 on White Paper
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A View of Summer<br>by Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz
Corn Shocks by
Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz

This is easily a Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz depiction of Autumn in rural Wisonsin. Image size - 2-1/2 x 1-3/8 inches Medium: Hand Watercolored Etching Editon Size 300 on Cream Paper
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Corn Shocks by<br>Susan Hunt-Wulkowicz
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