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404 South 8th Street Suite L105
Boise, ID, 83702

Swell Artist Collective is an open studio and Art Gallery located in Boise, Idaho’s historic downtown, on the lower level of the Old Mercantile Building in The BoDo District.

By combining individual artistic practices and ideas into a common space, their mission revolves around creating a vibrant studio and gallery environment that is open to the public and intent on helping bolster the community's rapidly-growing arts culture. Swell will be host to both First Thursday and independently organized artistic events while maintaining hours of operation during which people can visit.

Suzanne Lee Chetwood

With a passion for color and a keen observation, Swell Artist Collective's Suzanne Lee Chetwood is an artist with a penchant for fresh air and intrigue in the mystery of nature. Her work is informed by a deep connection to the aesthetic of the natural environment. Exploration in surface and layer is repeated in Chetwood’s work. At times her art is realistic and graphic in nature,  but it can also be very tactile, using the medium to fully explore a texture. Her vibrant compositions capture an ephemeral experience. Rock and earth are her shades, while the colors at the close of each day, which are most saturated, define her palette.

Suzanne Lee Chetwood


With a passion for color and a keen observation, Suzanne Lee Chetwood is an artist with a penchant for fresh air and intrigue in the mystery of nature. Her work is informed by a deep connection to the aesthetic of the natural environment. Exploration in surface and layer is repeated in Chetwood’s work. At times her art is realistic and graphic in nature,  but it can also be very tactile, using the medium to fully explore a texture. Her vibrant compositions capture an ephemeral experience. Rock and earth are her shades, while the colors at the close of each day, which are most saturated, define her palette.


More work can be found here: www.suzanneleechetwood.com

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