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 Susan Labunski  (1928 - 2009)

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Lived/Active: Missouri/Kansas      Known for: portrait, ceramist, book illustrator

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
B. Susan Marshall Labunski, 81, of Overland Park, Kansas, died at her home on October 15, 2009.  An artist, her work most familiar to Johnson Countians were the Bat Boy drawings once used as the logos of Johnson County 3&2 Baseball.

Labunski was born January 28, 1928 in Kansas City, Missouri to the late John Curtis Marshall and the late Lucille LaCaff Marshall.  Labunski received a full scholarship to the Kansas City Art Institute, where she studied painting, and later studied with Asterio Pascolini and Robert Kalthoff.   She also was deeply involved in community organizations; in addition to her work for 3&2, she was involved in local school groups and youth sports, was a member of the Kansas City Young Matrons and was a past president of the Kansas City Athenaeum.

She was married to the late Stanislaw Labunski, son  of composer Victor Labunski, until his death in 1990.


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Susan Labunski was born in Kansas City, Missouri where she lived and worked most of her life. 

During the late 1940s Susan Labunski found her talents were more oriented toward painting. Y ears of study followed and by the 1960s her talents had matured and she began producing many extraordinary oils and watercolors.  The oil paintings she created are most often portraits and the watercolors are mostly outdoor scenes. Labunski was friend and student of noted artist Daniel MacMorris and in fact painted a portrait of MacMorris.

She combined her painting skills with ceramics in later years and became an award-winning ceramist, producing many excellent signed pieces.

Labunski has also produced illustrations published in the book Games to Play with Babies by Miss Jackie Weissman.

Scott Wilder, February 2005

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