Susan W. Carlson studied art and art history at Smith College and was a teaching assistant under Revington Arthur at the Summer Art School at Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY. While her early work was primarily in oil and acrylic, she explored block printing, and collage before settling on pen and ink, graphite, and acrylic paint.
Although she put her artistic career on hold while raising her five children, she remained active in art education through the docent programs at the University of NH and Dartmouth College. She developed a series of art education modules for public elementary schools and co-authored an educational guide on the Orozco Murals for the Hood Museum at Dartmouth College.
Her work ranges from realistic to purely abstract conceptual art. She has gained recognition as an artist through her solo shows in local NH establishments and in the Regional Juror’s Choice Exhibitions at the Thorne-Sagendorph Gallery, in Keene, NH.
She is inspired by her surroundings, trips to the Southwest, and – above all – her limitless imagination.
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