About the Artist:
Eppi Sukhu creates art inspired by spirituality and social justice. She uses acrylic paint, photography, mixed media, and digital techniques in her work. You can explore her sketchbook, "Northeast" at the Brooklyn Art Library under call number 225.9-3. Although she received some arts training before her 19th year of age, Eppi is primarily self-taught. She has earned an Honours Bachelor of Science degree, and a Master of Health Science graduate degree from the University of Toronto in Canada.
Eppi is also Program Supervisor at a not-for-profit organization that provides services for people who have intellectual disabilities, and founder of www.BlissfulSelf.com. In her spare time Eppi enjoys gardening, meditation (really: "getting into the zone"), reading philosophy, decorating, and exploring socio-cultural anthropology. She also tutors children of all ages and abilities (subjects include English, Math, Science, and Life Skills).
Please enjoy browsing through this site. Note that much of the artwork shown is for sale. Eppi is also available to complete commissioned art pieces and enjoys working 1:1 with others in this way to mold truly personal, meaningful works of art.