Susan Reyes Schumacher painstakingly picked out every piece of driftwood off the beaches of the Upper Peninsula on our many trips to the beaches. The pebbles were likewise picked from Marquette area beaches, one by one, by Susan. I can tell you that many times I would pick up pebbles or driftwood, and Susan would say, “Nope, not ‘just right'”! One day I came home from work and she was tying the raffia around the driftwood, after it was attached to the frame! Her vision for each frame was unique as she was and was like a puzzle of Susan’s own design. Nothing was thrown together, it was a mission Susan was on when she created her frames. They are beautiful and organic just as Susan was.
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This frame is just one of one. After Susan passed away, I found a huge box of birch bark she was going to make more frames out of and to paint on. Cancer prevented her of creating any more.
An off-center frame of Marquette driftwood and pebbles. The piece of wood pointing off the left side, is the frame stand that was not edited out. There is also no display picture in the photo opening on the right side of the frame.