Poet and Artist

Art Experiences

Lake Worth Street Painting Festival 2014 by Suzae Chevalier


It was the Lake Worth Street Painting Festival

two thousand fourteen–

Chalk painters would have to paint a Hollywood movie scene.

I just painted Marilyn Monroe

with Melodie doll and Razel her foe.

I painted again in front of Rooney Imports store

crowds came with a lot cameras galore.

Kavasutra Kava Bar was playing their music outside-

girls dressed in painted bikinis and guys

showed their pride.

A friend down the street

said she saw a clip of me-

in the morning on Fox News

from last year when I had an interview.

This clip was on before the Oscars in 2013

also after it for it was about what’s happening.

Next year will be my last festival I will paint-

I will wear a princess outfit that looks

really quaint.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on September 26 ,2015


John A Rooney Imports by Suzae Chevalier





John A. Rooney Imports is where you will find
hand-crafted imports that are one of a kind.
Hand-carved and hand painted furniture from around the globe
delights the senses, adds a unique appeal to your home.
In the John A. Rooney’s department of housewares—
discover kitchen accessories that are unique with a flair.
India and Central America is where beautiful beadwork on tapestry is made
decorate your home with gypsy style to brighten your days.
Rooney’s Imports has colorful, soft clothing that flows-
wear unique jewelry made of silver, beads and semiprecious stone.
Visit John A. Rooney Imports on Lake Avenue today
decorate your home with items from faraway places like Bombay.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on July 7, 2012

Night Of The Dog by Suzae Chevalier

Razel puppet getting kissed by actor from “Night Of The Dog” circa 2005

Filmed in L.A. and

shown in Palm Beach

the crew of this film

was peachy peach.

Funny film that

I did see, I photographed

the crew in West Palm Beach

also at the hotel named the Gulfstream.

Now I have photos of Jeremy, two Peters

Michael, Eshom and Ian–

These are comic Actors worth seeing.

Especially when one cast member

kissed Razel puppet on the lips–

this photo is totally hilarious!

Now catch this NIGHT OF THE DOG on DVD–

You will laugh and then you will see

this movie is worth admission times three.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 2nd 2011

Melodie Watercolors Turn Out Great by Suzae Chevalier


Creating Melodie watercolors is

fun as can be–

I added Melodie’s blush to make

her cheeks very rosy.

Melodie would stand in a garden

in the season of fall-

She would also be in her bedroom

with a flower painting on the wall.

Yes, these were the first paintings

of Melodie I did paint-

They were in Minneapolis on display

in the Minneapolis Art A Whirl

St Paul Art Crawl and Women Create.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on September12, 2015


Chuck Negron Of Three Dog Night


Chuck Negron who I did meet

is really sincere and really sweet.

Chuck wrote “Three Dog Nightmare”.

almost like one of Razel’s “Frightmares”

It’s about his drug addiction

& his word of hope

for anyone addicted to or strung out on dope.

I told him I wrote’Poems of

Inspiration and Recovery’

People who read them

can feel better with discovery.

My poems have words in them

like the word “pray”.

These poems along with his book

where on display

in Hazelden Ctr. that very same day.

Chuck did sign my book to alias Suzae

Now buy it on Amazon or at

your local bookstore

it’s worth every penny

and then some more.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 2nd 2011


Hummingbird Hotel


There one was a Hummingbird hotelin Lake Worth I remember it well.

For it has stories to be told one is about Al Capone.

He stayed with his gang on one of the floors

betting on a team that would have a top score.

Betting on a boxing match

that was played in Chicago

little did anyone literally know.

Many years later I would paint on the sidewalk

just outside–

I was happy and filled with pride.

I was a rogue artist that did not give up–

even when they said there was no more spots.

Now this year the

Hummingbird hotel will be reopened

 with more stories need to be told–

Thank you Winston

for sharing what you know

and letting be in the Street Painting show.

Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 21, 2011