Susan Headley Van Campen’s watercolors of flowers are synonymous with Maine summers, their brief and lush flourishing. Her work in oils, which she uses for her landscapes, is equally brilliant; she handles paint fluidly, catching the brightness of an afternoon, the quick movement of light across a field. This year she has a one-person exhibition at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Her work is in many corporate and museum collections, including the Farnsworth, the State Museum of Pennsylvania, and Rutgers University. She is represented by Dowling Walsh Gallery and Hirschl & Adler Modern in New York, where she had a recent solo exhibition.