Sue Jean Covacevich

(1905-1998)     A dynamic artist and art educator, Sue Jean spent most of her life in south-central Kansas.  She studied with Birger Sandzen at Bethany College and is one of the few artists who did not adopt his palette and style.  A trip to Mexico City lead to her marriage and a decade spent being inspired by her surroundings, including muralist Diego Rivera.  In the mid-1940’s she moved back to Kansas with her two daughters.  During this time she established the art department at Southwestern College and an art therapy program at the former Winfield State Training School.

During the 60's

Untitled (Still Life) | SOLD

Untitled (Red, Blue)

Untitled (Red, Orange)

Storm Over Saucer and Cup

Domes of Churobusco

Windswept Trees

Pottery Market

Dios de Providincia

Untitled (Woman's Head)

Untitled (Box Sculpture)

Untitled (Box Sculpture)

Sun Signals

Mexican Flowers

Storm at Laguna Beach

Job's Tears | SOLD


Sunflowers | SOLD

Stella Sunflowers | SOLD

Iris | SOLD

Village Axotla

Tien Shan Mountains

St. Michael - France

Michelangelo Square Rome

Malaga Houses


Del Carmen Church