Suzy's paintings are explorations of atmospheres and ocean elements. Her compositions explore vast spaces of ocean, land and sky with special attention to the horizon. These works are greatly influenced by the time she spent with family in Sea Ranch, California. Pierce manipulates paint with layers of reflective materials infusing glistening light into waves of dissolving media. Suzy Pierce earned a Bachelor of Fine Art at The California College of Arts. In addition, she obtained a degree from Fortman Studios in Florence, Italy in Painting and Drawing. She and her artist husband, Adam own and operate Pierce Art Camp, a fine art studio and gallery that features their paintings.
Adam Pierce 's large canvases host "scenes ... where individual perception and unspoken dialog" can flourish and dwell. The compositions are spare and enticing. Pierce's instinctual myriad of brilliant colour at times provides the textural depth of grass cloth to that of batiked silk. The artist skews gravity and the weight of the paint. Moni Van Camp Kondos describes the technique as kindred to the "... drips and dribbles of Par Steir but taking a step away from the abstract by adding the figure." The series, born out of portraitures, evolved to gestures and absence of features where suggestion can become more emotional.