art appreciation, drawing
MFA, East Carolina University
Jenkins Fine Arts Center
Sue Luddeke has always made art; she drew and modeled in clay as a young child, continued drawing throughout her adolescence, and started to paint in oils in high school her my own. Sue’s taste is historically and visually didactic and this is evident in her work as well as reflecting her interest in the history of art, which she channels to art appreciation students.
Sue studied painting and drawing at ECU as an undergraduate and MFA student. She paints the figure, landscape and still life in oils and explores other media as well. She taught a variety of classes at the college level including painting, drawing, design, gender and art, multidisciplinary performance art, and art appreciation.