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The Exotic Women
Series II

Originals & Editions



One of Sue Swerdlow's favorite subjects is the depiction of exotic women in the context of their culture, lifestyle and mythology. The portraits in the Exotic Women series show a beautiful blending of Eurasian, African and Polynesians representing women in all their artistry and grace. These renderings evoke the sensuous and mysterious wonderment of women.

"Vilima" - Sue Swerdlow
"Vilima"

Limited Edition Giclée of 100
40" x 26"   w/c paper   $3500
32" x 21"   w/c paper   $2000
16" x 24"   w/c paper   $875

Original W/C SOLD


"Margarite" - Sue Swerdlow
"Margarite"

Original W/C SOLD


"Luna DeLa Vega" - Sue Swerdlow
"Luna DeLa Vega"

Original W/C Available




"Ancient Mysteries" - Sue Swerdlow
"Ancient Mysteries"

Limited Edition Giclée of 100
19" x 18"   w/c paper   $850

Original W/C Available


"Hula" - Sue Swerdlow
"Hula"

"Polynesia" - Sue Swerdlow
"Polynesia"
Limited Edition Lithograph of 450
18" x 25"   w/c paper   $500


Original W/C SOLD
Limited Edition Giclée of 100
28" x 18"   w/c paper   $850

Original W/C Available






"Pele Awakens" - Sue Swerdlow
"Pele Awakens"

48" x 50"

Original Acrylic
Available


"Pele and
  Hiiaka" - Sue Swerdlow
"Pele and Hiiaka"

Original W/C Commission

"Kabuki Faces" - Sue Swerdlow
"Kabuki Faces"

50" x 59"   Original Mixed Media


Original Stolen 1989

Original Kabuki SOLD December 2009

In September 1989 at the King Kamehameha Hotel ballroom, Kabuki Faces was stolen during a gala event fundraiser for the West Hawaii Arts Guild. The Painting was well documented and the theft publicized throughout the state's Galleries and Art Communities.
Rewards were offered.
Gradually talk of the theft subsided, and the Painting's whereabouts were never known...until I met someone in Hilo "by chance" who described Kabuki Faces and said it was hanging in a home where he was working...in Kohala Ranch! We contacted the homeowner and came to see the Painting. Words cannot describe the moment! I informed the "owner" he was in Possession of Stolen Goods. With little fanfare, in September of 2003, 14 years to the month after it was stolen, Kabuki Faces came Home to its Rightful Owner.
This story has more twists and turns, and we are still curious about its Mysterious Journey.
I'm sure in time the forces will reveal all...for, in Reality, Hawai'i is still a small town.


Sue Swerdlow's Gallerie Luna is located in the Shops at Mauna Lani on the Big Island of Hawaii.  Sue's Villa Luna studio & Gardens gallery in Waikaloa Village, set above the sparkling Pacific, is also open to visitors, by appointment.



Sue Swerdlow' Gallerie Luna

Gallery Luna
The Shops at Mauna Lani, Big Island Hawaii
(808) 882-7600 and (808) 345-0429
Villa Luna Studio & Gardens
P.O. Box 384192, Waikoloa, HI  96738

(808) 883-9543 and (808) 345-0429


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