MEET & GREET with SUSIE FRAZIER
March/April 2017, Housetrends Magazine - "...I'm a product of growing up in the Southwest and being outdoors was a pretty big part of my life. So I just cultivated a sensibility around seeing patterns in the environment and color and texture. Over time -- even if they were decomposing -- they just became very beautiful to me....It's about looking at what you have and placing a greater priority on the things that hold meaning for you."
September 28, 2016, Smart Business Magazine - Artisan transforms discards into something beautiful. Susie Frazier has an eye for converting cast-aside materials - scrap pieces of stone, steel, and wood - into works of art that catch the eye and calm the soul. One of the best sources for new items to use in her work are manufacturer's scrap piles. Read More
SUSIE FRAZIER, AUTHOR AT ORGANIC SPA MAGAZINE
September 28, 2016, Organic Spa Magazine - Soulful Home, Healthy Mind by Susie Frazier. "Every decorative decision we make in our homes directly influences our mental health. Much like our food choices affect our physical bodies, the interior design elements within our built environments impact our emotional minds. Yet all too often in our western culture, we find ourselves placing more emphasis on how something looks than how it makes us feel, and then we wonder why we’re still anxious." Read More
HER EARTH-MINDED ART OPENS UP NEW WORLDS
May 29, 2016, Crain's Cleveland Business - Susie Frazier has spent almost 20 years narrowing her self-styled “earth-minded” aesthetic into a cohesive brand. Pursuing that clarity has allowed the Cleveland designer to expand her arts-based business into the commercial space and beyond. While direct retail was once Frazier’s mainstay, commercial production now comprises nearly three-quarters of the business. The Westlake resident recently designed 100 steel-and-wood tabletop puzzles for health care professionals speaking at a Cleveland Clinic medical innovation summit. Frazier’s other corporate clients include BakerHostetler and Sherwin-Williams, representing an increasingly lucrative enterprise that converges art with function. Read More