Suzy Friedman—who holds a BA in Fine Art and a Masters in Art Education—
is an Indianapolis-based fine artist specializing in Judaica art, painted landscapes, and still life.
Suzy creates a wide variety of Jewish art and gifts including tallitot, atarot and
tallit cases in both needlepoint canvas as well as hand-painted designs on
hand-dyed raw silk. Demand is growing throughout the country for her
synagogue art featuring custom-designed ark curtains and torah mantles.
Suzy's line of Judaica also includes Ketubahs for both weddings and anniversaries, baby naming certificates, and personalized parsha prints commemorating a Bar or Bat Mitzvah .
LANDSCAPES AND STILL LIFE
Ms. Friedman is also a landscape artist whose plein air paintings, giclee prints, and note cards can be found in various venues. The Indianapolis museum of Art gift shop carries note cards of the museum grounds. The Lilly house carries giclee prints of the grounds and the Greenhouse carries notecards as well. Paintings and prints of this magnificant site are available. Indiana University's Art Museum gift shop carries small giclee prints and notecards of iconic scenes of I.U. Suzy enjoys painting
cityscapes and creating visual travelogues that reflect her curiosity about
each place’s unique terrain, skylines, and architectural personalities. With
a style that can best be described as part realism, part impressionism,
the colors and brushstrokes she uses to interpret home gardens, landscapes
and architecture are meant to bring fresh insights into intriguing outdoor