Susan Andreasen or Andreasen Associates Inc., studied at the Parson School of Design in New York City to develop her talent in Fashion Design and Fashion Illustration. Susan had the privilege to have studied under Andy Warhol and Murray Tinkleman by beginning her career in fashion illustration. Recently she has shifted dramatically in the direction into which she is painting portraits, by incorporating humans and endangered species. "WHO IS ENDANGERED"?
After taking some time off and traveling over 9,987 miles on a boat for four and a half years along the Coast of the United States, Susan was intrigued that there was an absence of nature. In anticipation of searching for wildlife, she had to travel out about twenty miles prior to seeing any nature.
Today Susan Andreasen is an “Eco-Artist” pioneer who devoted her business as an environmental endangered species advocate for over 20 years. She has dedicated her business toward promoting green consumerism and environmental awareness in her artwork. Susan has been working on ecologically motivated artistry for nearly for two decades. Her purpose is to save endangered nature and humans, ultimately she would like to preserve the environment as a whole.
She is the first and only artist to combine a personage with and endangered species using portraiture. The exclusive focus of her work is endangered plants and animals with individual humans in a setting pertaining to a specific location on the planet. The materials are oil on canvas or linen also watercolor and sculptures