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Last updated Wednesday, April 23, 2017.

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Susquhanna Song

             The Susquehanna River, a 444 mile ribbon of beauty stretching from Cooperstown, New York to the Chesapeake Bay, is an American treasure rich in history.

           For more than 25 years, the Susquehanna River has been a source of fascination and inspiration to Pennsylvania artist Sue Hand. 

She has created a body

of artwork dedicated

to showcasing the

Susquehanna River,

its neighboring land

forms, related

structures, and

historical highlights.

          

           Her Susquehanna River project which she named “Susquehanna Song” will be comprised of five visual sections:

1. Historical Acrylic/Collage River Map Canvases

2. Watercolor Riverscapes

3. Oil Riverscapes

4. Aquarelle Acrylic Historical Riverscapes

5. Riverscapes in Miniature

           The North Branch section of the “Susquehanna Song” was unveiled Sunday, April 21, 2013 at Heinz Rehab Hospital, Wilkes Barre, PA. Artist Peggy Davidson of Mehoopany, PA is partnering in the river expeditions and is displaying her own riverscape drawings and paintings during the exhibition at John Heinz through Labor Day.