Love Objects

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About Susan Spangler

I'm a graphic designer & illustrator, observer and survivor. My website, www.susanspangler.com, contains a wide portfolio of my projects and images – some for pay, most for love, many for both. This blog, like most of my artwork, is inspired by things that catch my eye, my ear, my heart. Funny, confounding, astounding and encouraging, all at once. You know. Life.
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10 Responses to Love Objects

  1. Larry Bauer says:

    Beautiful Susie! Thank you for including my bean pot!

    Love, Lar

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Patty Dann says:

    This is brilliant. You’ve taken us into the wonderful stories of your life, which transport us to universal feelings we all have. And then there are your beautiful illustrations.

  3. dmornini says:

    Beautifully crafted, as always, Susie. Thanks for including me. It’s time for a dinner and movie night at my house. Look at your calendar. Pick a Saturday or Sunday hopefully not too far away. XoxoDenise 

    Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S7, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

  4. Marianne says:

    This made me smile and then look around my house which is full of stuff, especially books. Paul and I talk about down-sizing, but it’s hard…

  5. Debra McCafferty says:

    Dear Susan,
    Thanks for sharing all the stories. Many times I’ve been able to utilize something from the past that evokes fond memories or a simple smile-my mother’s bread bowl,grandma’s flour tin, grandpa’s sausage stuffer, great grandpa’s stick chair. After collecting a lot of stuff, I finally asked myself how much stuff I needed to remember someone. I came to the conclusion that I just needed one thing. It keeps me from amassing piles and makes me really think about the thing I want to keep to memorialize someone. Okay, sometimes I keep two. Sometimes it’s just too hard.
    Larry’s sister, deb

    • Thanks so much for your thoughtful response! I am nowhere near your level of curation! Everywhere I look I see things that emanate treasured feelings and memories! My daughter is the same as me, so by the time all our stuff befalls my grandchildren, they’re either going to have very full homes or else follow your admirable example!

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