Contemporary Gospel Art



Whether for the adornment of person or place, my sculptural forms incorporate natural elements that magnify the Creator. Original works incorporating stone, wood, earthenware and stoneware clay bodies, metals, gems and natural resins.

Boston native, Susan Wiggin Mueller, spent two decades as designer, writer and creative director for her boutique design firm/ad agency. In 2005 she answered the call* to be a messenger of God's redeeming love through the arts, as visual artist, devotional jazz vocalist and songwriter. In 2009 she joined her husband and tortoiseshell cat in the fertile farmland east of the Twin Cities where she is now blessed by the view from her barn studio on a hillside near the St Croix river, a majestic stand of 80 foot red pines, and more weeds than can possibly be subdued in their regrettably short growing season. Mueller is director of Agapé Arts llc, curator of STIR Contemporary Gospel Art Gallery, and the founder of the Institute of Gospel Art at Stillwater for equipping Gospel Artists.

SuZI Mueller

O, people, the Lord has told you what is good, and this is what He requires of you: to do what is right, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.

                                                                                                                                       ~ Micah 6:8 (nlt)

* For more about Suzi Mueller's Gospel Arts Ministry, please visit or on Facebook: Agapé Arts, The Gallery of Gospel Art, the Oakridge Gallery of Gospel Art, and Beacon Hill Jazz Ensemble.


The moment that Divine light pierces and dispels darkness is thematic in my narrative canvas works; the light of the Gospel heralding true and eternal hope, peace and joy, assurance of salvation, restoration, purpose and direction in trusting God, who has given us His Word: "Fear not, for I AM with you." I enjoy painting in response to sacred music as an act of worship, inspired by God's word, so that each piece tells the story of redemptive relationship and each story ends in perfect love. Original works in oil, encaustic wax and acrylic on canvas or panel. Fine giclee prints on archival paper.


"...dwell on these things." — Phil 4:8