Susan Talbot Hoffmann


Professional Accomplishments

Solo Shows & Featured Artist Shows

"Ma Vie en Roses"Southdown Plantation House/ Terrebonne Museum (Houma, LA) October- November 2007
"Louisiana Lace" Nicholls State University Lula Ameen Art Gallery (Thibodaux, LA) - September-October 2004
"Louisiana Dew" Bayou Terrebonne Water Life Museum Art After Dark Show (Houma, LA) - September - October, 2001
"Louisiana Rain" and "Alba: a tribute to Carolyn Pellegrin" Southdown Plantation House/ Terrebonne Museum (Houma, LA) - October-November, 2000 & 2002
"Louisiana Rain" Nicholls State University Lula Ameen Art Gallery (Thibodaux, LA) - April 1999
"Beauvoir Revisited" featured artist, A Work of Art Gallery, Gulfport, Mississippi, December 2009 - Present.
"Southern Splendor: The Garden District of New Orleans" featured artist, A Work of Art Gallery, Madisonville, Louisiana, January 2010 - Present.
"Southern Splendor: The Garden District of New Orleans" featured artist, A Work of Art Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 2008 - December 2009.

Membership Awards

GROUP SHOWS, SOLOS SHOWS, JURIED SHOWS, GENERAL EXHIBITIONS

2016

BORDERS | VENICE MAY-NOV 2016
It’s LIQUID International Art and Architecture Festival

BORDERS festival, curated by Luca Curci and Andrea Chinellato, will be presented inVenice at Palazzo Ca’ ZanardiVenice Art House, and other prestigious venues and historical buildings, in the months between May and November 2016, in the same period of the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale.

The openings of BORDERS festival will be on May 28, 2016 at Venice Art House Gallery inVenice, starting from 06:00 PM (free entry); on May 29, 2016 at Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi inVenice, starting from 06:00 PM (free entry).

On May 28, 2016 there will be a private preview of the exhibition, from 03.00 PM to 05.00 PM. RSVP lucacurci@lucacurci.com or +39.3387574098

BORDERS consists of 3 main events, BODIES+CITIES SKIN, FRAGMENTED IDENTITIES, FUTURE LANDSCAPES, the Experimental Festival Exhibitions and the Venice Architecture Academy.

These two pieces were selected for participation:

2331-33 Magazine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

2323 Magazine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana

Art Market at the Foundry On the Bayou, a Restaurant, Meeting & Banquet Enterprise
Thibodaux, Louisiana
Sunday, February 14th, Valentine's Day
Artisans from the area displayed and sold their handmade items in the event hall.
Susan's art was extremely well received by the dining public, who also enjoyed brunch while browsing.

2015

Dear Susan,

Congratulations! 

You have been awarded the First Place Award for Graphic/Mixed Media, $200, for Louisiana Land loss Pra/yer/line,  for your beautiful art in the

Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club 2015 Members' Show.

The awards will be given at an Awards Ceremony at the Salmugundi Club on June 19, 2015, beginning at 6:00 PM.

I hope that you will be able to attend.  Please let me know either by email, text, or phone.

Best Regards,

Connie Netherton, Awards Chairman

Acceptiong & Celebrating ... 1st Place in Graphics/Mixed Media

Salmugundi Club Marquee,
Announcing Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club
2015 Member's Show

 

Standing Before the Salmugundi Club Marquee
Announcing Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club
2015 Member's Show

Serenade Us, Maestro!

 

Entrance to Salmagundi Fifth Ave,
New York, NY

It's Show Time!!!

 

Inside Salmagundi Club Gallery
Artist Standing Before Award Winning Selection

 

Preparing for the Next Exhibition

2013

Artist focuses on Louisiana roots

Kris Johnson
Staff Writer
Published: Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 10:34 p.m.
Last Modified: Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 10:34 p.m.

Susan Talbot Hoffman, a Thibodaux artist, has pulled inspiration from her childhood to produce her latest paintings.

Her exhibit, called “Jardin Potager,” highlights a mother-daughter legacy through several watercolor paintings with accompanying recipes from Hoffman’s and her mother’s kitchen.

“As an artist and biochemist, I have been inspired by all of the kitchen gardens surrounding me in our fertile alluvial soil deposited at the mouth of the Mississippi,” said Hoffmann. “These Cajun ‘jardins potagers’ were not only yielding of fresh produce for the kitchen but were endless sources of unusual-shaped vegetables and other related wonders for me as a child.”

Jardin Potager will be on display at in a bimonthly local-artist exhibit starting at 2 p.m. today at Southdown Plantation-Terrebonne Museum, 1208 Museum Drive in Houma.

“We are proud to exhibit the work of Susan Talbot Hoffmann,” said Rachel Cherry, director of the museum.

Hoffman has also created note cards, depicting her prints, as well as a recipe box containing all 50 recipes in her collection.

“As an adult, I see great beauty in the continuing cycles of nature from seed to flower to mature fruit or vegetable. I wish to capture a moment of these cycles in paint,” Hoffman said. “It is a return and escape for me to simpler, happier times. The paintings of this show are made in homage to these.”

Framed originals are on sale at Southdown Plantation. Prices range from $150 to $300.

For information, visit susantalbothoffmann.com or southdownmuseum.org. You can also call 851-0154.


The artist, Susan Talbot Hoffmann, speaking about the inspiration for the collection with patrons,
at the openning reception, Sunday, February 17th, 2013.

2012

2nd National Intaglio Print Exhibition, The New York Society of Etchers, Inc., National Arts Club (New York, New York) April - May 2012.
Fourth Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Texas A  & M Museum Center Forsyth Center Galleries (College Station, Texas) April 21 - August 19, 2012.

http://www.clwac.org/

http://www.clwac.org/onlineexhibition/onlineexhibit7/onlineexhibit7.html

2010 - 2011
Susan Talbot Hoffmann's artwork headlines silent auction for ‘Dancing With the Stars of the South’...

Having been asked now for the 3rd year running to donate artwork to a fundraiser for The Louisiana Center for Women and Government (headquartered at Nicholls State University, Thibodaux), Nationally Acclaimed artist Susan Talbot Hoffmann graciously did so & once again garnered top dollar for the cause.  This glittering gala was held on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011,at the Hyatt Regency in New Orleans.  Headlining the celebrity guest list was Mario Lopez, “Dancing with the Stars” finalist and host of “America’s Best Dance Crew.”  Appropriately enough, Susan donated two hand colored, embossed, photo etchings, depicting two icons of the New Orleans Garden District neighborhood:  Louisiana Purchase Apartments & John Turpin's House...both on the famed Magazine Street.  Susan's artwork was auctioned off by Dianne Breaux, Exec. VP of Breaux Mart & The Honorable Eric Skrmetta, LA Public Service Commissioner.  Exemplifying her generosity, Susan gave each of the attendees art reproduction note card mementoes of the Louisiana Purchase Apartments, a gesture that tickled the crowd.

New York appearance of Louisiana - based artwork by native
attracts notice of 10,000 visitors to the National Arts Club.

41st Annual River Road Show, Louisiana State Archives (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)  December 2 - January 30, 2011
53rd Annual Delta Exhibition, Arkansas Art Center (Little Rock, Arkansas) December 16 - February 20, 2011
Louisiana Watercolor Society Juried Member Show, St. Tammany Art Association (Covington, Louisiana) December 8, 2010 - January 1, 2011.
73rd Members Exhibition American Color Print Society, Chestnut Hill Gallery (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) March 1 - March 19, 2011

Louisiana Watercolor Society Juried Members Show, Fielding Gallery  (Covington, Louisiana) November 8 - December 9, 2011.

2010


Deep South Juried Print Exhibition Hammond Regional Arts Center (Hammond, Louisiana) September 3 - 30, 2010.


American Color Print Society 72nd Members Exhibition, Cheltenham Center for the Arts (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) October 24 - November 20, 2010.

PRINT SHOW, Louisiana Artworks, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 9 - May 9, 2010.
71st National Open Print Exhibition "Beyond Color" the Plastic Club, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 7 - 28, 2010.
72nd Members Exhibition, Chestnut Hill Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 6 - 23, 2010.


The Art Melt 2010 The largest multi-media, juried exhibit in the state of Louisiana, helping to promote professional artists within the Greater Baton Rouge community. The event showcases the high quality and variety of local artistic talent, and provides a venue for these artists to receive professional exposure.  The event also receives support and participation from downtown galleries and merchants, and is attended by both artists and art collectors across the region. In addition, a partnership formed between Forum 35 and the Louisiana State Museum will provide expanded opportunities to promote the Art Melt throughout the arts community and Louisiana State Museum programming. The works selected for Art Melt 2010 will hang in the Louisiana State Museum in for six weeks, July 16th – August 28th.

Susan Talbot Hoffmann next to her accepted submission in Art Melt 2010
(one of 97 out of a field of 500)

"LIFE PREVAILS" (HERON AMIDST KATRINA DESTRUCTION)

medium:
Hand-Colored Embossed Intaglio

dimensions:
23" x 22" x 2"

Susan Talbot Hoffmann & Dan Junot, both Thibodaux, Louisiana artists selected to exhibit work in Art Melt 2010.  Here they are at the preview party July 15, 2010 at the Louisiana State Museum in Baton Rouge.

Dan Junot next to his accepted submission "Mardi Gras Marshes"

2009

http://www.anny.org/2/gallery.html

http://www.newyorkartworld.com/gallery-galleryexhibitions/Gallery2002-NightAndDay/nightanddaygallery1.html

http://www.clwac.org/

2009 20" x 20" x 20" Compact Competition, Louisiana State University 
Art Gallery, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 17 - May 15.
American Color Print Society 68th Members Exhibition,  Villanova University, May 29 – July 23.
Capital Waters: Art at the Archives – Louisiana Watercolor Society spring member show, Louisiana State Archives (Baton Rouge, LA) April 1-30.

2009 Southern Open
Juried Exhibition
Acadiana Center for the Arts (Lafayette, LA) May 9 – July 25.

Entrance to the exhibit- I'm one of 60 artists from a five state area out of 900 submitting selected for inclusion in the 2009 Southern Open Exhibition.

"Southern Splendor: the Garden District of New Orleans"  - Hand-pulled etching, digitally enhanced with final manual embossing

Right: Kurt Schlough, co-director of BECA Gallery in New Orleans,
pictured with his artwork "Stacked Spine - Overlay" oxidized iron paint and acrylic on canvas (on right)

Admirers During Show

Lou Jordan with her artwork "Alpha" watercolor on Yupo
(an old friend of Susan Talbot Hoffmann)

The Art Melt 2009 a festival of art, jazz and Forum 35, July 10 - 20, 2009, Brunner Gallery inside The Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

I'm one of 72 artists juried into the 2009 Ar Melt out of 600 artists submitting artwork

The blue ribbon for First Place was only 2 centimeters away from my piece:  "Involuntary Memory" by Ralph Bourque of Lafayette

Foreground: Friends Deb Johnson, Randy Talbot and Susan Talbot Hoffmann mingle amid the thousands of art fans at the Brunner Gallery for the Art Melt.

The blue ribbon was just inches from my artwork!!!!

"It should have been yours, Sue." confides my brother, Randy Talbot at the Art Melt reception at the Brunner Gallery.
(The ribbon was less than an inch from my artwork.)

Dan Cameron, juror for the Art Melt was also the juror for the recent citywide art show in New Orleans, Prospect 1.

 

"2 each. A group show" Louisiana State Archives (Baton Rouge, LA) August 4 – 31, 2009.

LOUISIANA STATE ARCHIVES RECEPTION, AUGUST 09, 2009


Susan (with niece Randi Lyne Talbot Naquin) displaying her Louisiana Vignette etchings.


Susan (with niece Katie Hoffmann) displaying her Louisiana Vignette etchings.


Another artist showing at the Archives was Pam Soileu, an abstractor from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Shown is her "Artist Block" series.

2008

American Color Print Society, Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 11- September 8, 2008.
American Color Print Society 65th Exhibition, Chestnut Hill Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 1- April 26,  2008.
The 35th Annual Juried Competition, Masur Museum of Art (Monroe, Louisiana) March 9-April 26, 2008.
Capital Waters: Art at the Archives- Louisiana Watercolor Society member show, Louisiana State Archives, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 1-31, 2008.

CURATE THIS!
Online exhibition at BECA Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, Top Ten finalist 
www.becagallery.com
beca gallery logo

Postcard of congratulations sent to Susan Talbot Hoffmann by the owners of Beca Gallery on her being chosen as a top 10 winner in their "Curate This" competition
2007

2007 Southern Open Exhibition, Acadiana Center for the Arts (Lafayette, Louisiana) May 12-July 28, 2007.
         [selected images]
The 34th Annual Juried Competition, Masur Museum of Art (Monroe, Louisiana) March 11-April 28, 2007.
The Eleventh Annual Cajun/Zydeco Music and Dance Exhibit, Ellender Memorial Library Art Exhibit, Nicholls State University (Thibodaux, Louisiana) March 14-April 28, 2007.
Capitol Waters: Art at the Archives- Louisiana Watercolor Society member show, Louisiana State Archives, Baton Rouge, Louisiana March 1-30, 2007.
"Soap Box Prints: For a Cleaner Environment", an open portfolio exhibition and sale to benefit the American Print Alliance, October 6, 2007 - present
American Color Print Society: 64th Member’s Exhibition, Plastic Club, Philadelphia, November 4-21, 2007.
Louisiana Watercolor Society Juried Member Show, Beauregard Gallery & Bistro, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 1-30, 2007.
“Images of Southdown” Juried Exhibit of artworks depicting Southdown Plantation, Southdown Plantation House/ Terrebonne Museum, Houma, Louisiana, June-July 2007.
American Color Print Society: 63rd National Open Print Exhibition, Cheltenham Art Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 10-June 29, 2007.

2006



Myths and Monsters Kappa Pi Honorary Art Society Exhibition, Nicholls State University Art Gallery (Thibodaux, Louisiana) January 18-February 3 and Jean Lafitte Acadian Wetlands Center March 15 to April 28, 2006.
UPROOTED: Hurricane Katrina/Rita Louisiana Artists Invitational, Louisiana State University Art Gallery, (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) January 22 to February 17, 2006. Additional Link: LSUNEWS
The Art of Printmaking, An Exhibition of Prints by Members of the American Color Print Society and the Printmaker’s Network of Southern New England (Newport, RI) June 3-July 30, 2006.
7th Annual Collage & Mixed Media Juried Online International Art Exhibition, Upstream People Gallery, May 1, 2005 - May 1, 2006. Link to Selected Image: Christmas Magnolia
Art Melt 2006 a Multi-Media Juried Art Exhibition July 14-July 22, 2006...Brunner Gallery inside the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Additional Links: http://www.artmelt.org/art.html Included a forum & festival of art & Jazz
Nicholls State University Folk Life Festival - Jubilee - March 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
American Color Print Society 62nd Members Exhibition, The Plastic Club (Philadelphia, PA) October 29-November 22, 2006
University of New Mexico - Los Alamos/New Mexico Printmakers Exhibition "Hand Prints II" Invitational (Santa Fe, New Mexico) May 3 - July 1, 2006.

2005

American Color Print Society 58th Open Exhibition, Cheltenham Arts Center (Cheltenham, PA) January 28-February 28
University of Mobile Thomas L. Martin Fine Arts Gallery, 14th Annual Art With A Southern Drawl, (Mobile, AL) - April 1- 30
BOOKS .05 works of imagination...image as text as image, An Exhibition of Artists' Books,
Noosa Regional Gallery, Queensland , Australia, September 9 - October 2005
Upstream People Gallery, 7th Annual Collage & Mixed Media Juried Online International Art Exhibition June 1 2005-June 1 2006 website:
www.upstreampeoplegallery.com/archives
Women Printmakers of Austin Multiple Originals X Julia C. Butridge Gallery Daugherty
Arts Center, (Austin, Texas) October 4–October 30, 2005
http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/dougherty/gallery.htm
American Color Print Society 60th Anniversary Members Exhibition, the Plastic Club
(Philadelphia, PA) November 6-23, 2005
IMPRINTS: the New Mexico Printmakers Society juried show, Albuquerque Arts
Alliance Gallery (Albuquerque, NM) November18-December 13 2005.

2004
American Color Print Society 57th Annual Members Exhibition, The Plastic Club (Philadelphia, PA) November 7 - December 3
Louisiana State University Union Art Gallery, 20"x20"x20" A National Compact Competition (Baton Rouge, LA) - April 18 - May 14
San Diego Art Institute, 2004 47th Annual International Exhibition (San Diego, CA) - May 1- June 13
Print National - Lancaster Museum of Art (Lancaster, PA) - August 6 - September 12
The Profession of Art - A Mid-Career Show The Foundry Art Center (Springfield, Missouri) August 27 - October 10
2003

49th Annual National Color Print Society Exhibition (Philadelphia, PA) - November 17 - January 17
16th Parkside National Small Print Exhibition (Kenosha, WI) - January 19 - February 20
Noosa Regional Gallery, An Exhibition of Artist's Books (Queensland, Australia) - August 29 - October 19
Louisiana State University Union Art Gallery, Louisiana Artists 2003 (Baton Rouge, LA) - September 7 - 27
American Color Print Society 56th Annual Exhibition Widener University (Chester, PA) - October 21 - December 6
American Print Alliance Traveling Exhibition, "Theater of the Mind" - November 2003 - December 2006
Designed poster for Barrataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program 7th annual La Fete de Ecologie - September 2003. Additional Links: http://www.nationalestuaries.org/publications/update/update_11_03.htm

2002

National Juried Print Exhibit 2002, Sumei Multidisciplinary Arts Center (Newark, NJ) - April 20 - June 1
New Orleans Art Association 22nd National Juried Art Show (New Orleans, LA) - May 1-31
Bright Hill Press 2002 Juried Book Arts Exhibit (Treadwell, NY) - October
Society of American Graphic Artists 69th National Exhibition, The Art Students League of New York, (New York, NY) - August 3-17 http://www.clt.astate.edu/Elind/saga69.htm
Galerie Éclat: "Magnolias and Mint Juleps" (New Orleans, LA) - May - August

Nov. 27, '02

Dear Susan,

     I am very happy to inform you that our members have viewed your work and accepted you as our newest member.

     I am enclosing our new directory.  A member's show is being scheduled for the latter part of 2003. A check to cover return shipments of your work is needed.

     I tried to E-Mail you, but computer problems are affecting my communications.  (Now my printer is on the fritz!)

     We do look forward to seeing your work in our future shows.

                                                               Ray Hamilton

 

2001

Works on Paper 2001, San Jacinto College South (Houston, TX) - April
Summer Salon - 2001
Limner Gallery (New York, NY) - August

2000
Associated Women in the Arts Tenth Juried Exhibition of Women Artists of Louisiana, The Louisiana State Archives Gallery (Baton Rouge, LA) - November
Three Rivers Juried Art Festival (Covington, LA) - November 11-12
1993-1999
Student Juried Art Shows, Nicholls State University Lula Ameen Gallery (Thibodaux, LA) - 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, Entries accepted in Drawing, Design, Printmaking, Sculpture, Painting
Feminine Products Show, Zeitgeist Gallery (New Orleans, LA) - September 1998
New Orleans Museum of Art, Printmaking Show (New Orleans, LA) - November 18, 1999
 

Artist's Community Outreach

The artist at the Louisiana Center for Women & Government, New Orleans Leadership Council's celebrity fundraiser
Susan is standing before two of her "Garden District" prints, which she donated to assist the LCWG in their fund raising efforts.

Artist Susan Talbot Hoffmann at the LA Center for Women & Government, NO Leadership Council's celebrity fundraiser.

The Center acknowledges their grateful appreciation:

Letter of thanks to the artist Susan Talbot Hoffmann for her donation of prints to the LCWG's celebrity fundraiser.

 

The artist at the Thibodaux, Louisiana Chapter of the Mad Hatters, during their 14th Annual "All Glamour & Glitz" fund raiser for local charities.  Also pictured is one of the many patrons who bid on Susan's "Garden District" prints, which were offered to the club to assist their fund raising efforts.

Artist Susan Talbot Hoffmann standing before the display of her donated prints to the Mad Hatter's anual fund raiser.

 

Note of thanks from the Junior Auxiliary of Houma for the artist's participation as an art exhibitor in their fundraiser for children's causes:

Letter of thanks from the Houma Jr's Women league for the artist's donation of art prints to their fund raising function.

Artist donated this print to a fundraiser for Hope For Animals.  It brought in the 2nd highest bid level of the evening.

Artist Susan Talbot Hoffmann Posing in front of her donated aretwork (Cypress Swamp II)...donated for HOPE FOR ANIMALS

Mad Hatters Take Manhattan
Fundraiser March 04, 2010

The prints of the Garden District were the top fundraiser's of the event!
Pictured Left:  Andrew and Susan Hoffmann standing next to Colonel Short's Italianate Villa.
Pictured Right:  Susan Hoffmann & event patron standing next to Grocer John Adams Baronial Cottage.

Mad Hatters: Young Designers in Competition

Fundraiser April 03, 2011

$1,000.00 was raised to fund Nichols State University scholarships with Susan's donation of an embossed, intaglio giclée of
Beauvoir in Sepia, The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library
, Biloxi, MS
Local TV personality Martin Folse was the auctioneer.
Other notables in attendance were:  Eric Paulsen, WWL TV Anchor
Dr. Steve and Becky Hulbert, NSU First Family
Elizabeth Dent, Talk Show Host
Michael Lewis, Saints Ambassador
Yvonne La Fleur, Internationally Renowned Custom Millinery
Mayor Tommy Eschete of Thibodaux
Sheila Boudreaux, House of Fashion

Medical Research Career

1999-1989
Honorary Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine - Tulane Medical Center (NO, LA) on permanent medical leave following recuperation from major brain surgery (www.tbirecovery.org)
1986-1989
Assistant Research Professor of Medicine - Tulane Medical Center (NO, LA)
1983-1986
Postdoctoral Fellow on National Research Service Award - National Institutes of Health -NICHHD, Bethesda. MD
1976-1983
Research Technician until graduation - Tulane Medical Center and Tulane Medical Center under Principal Investigator Andrew Scaly - wins Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1977

EDUCATION

Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana

1992-1999 Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts cum laude: emphasis printmaking
1973-1976 Degree: Bachelor of Science in Chemistry magna cum laude

Louisiana State University Medical Center, New Orleans, LA

1979-1981 Degree: Doctorate of Philosophy in Pathology (Clinical Chemistry)
1977-1979 Degree: Master of Science in Pathology (Clinical Chemistry)

ORGANIZATIONS / HONORS

Authored 30 scientific journal publications
American Association of Clinical Chemistry
National Association of Clinical Biochemistry
Southern Graphics Council
American Print Alliance
Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity
2004 57th American Color Print Society Members Exhibition - the Dorothy and Hugh Hutton Award in Intaglio
2002 49th Annual National Color Print Society Exhibition - Honorable Mention
Nicholls State University Art Department
    First Place in Printmaking - 1995
    Special Merit Award in Drawing -1993
Nicholls State University Alumni Board of Directors 2005, 2006
Louisiana Watercolor Society Annual Show - 2003 - 1st place
Appointed by Governor Kathleen Blanco - Bayou Region Louisiana Women Leaders 2005
International Watercolor Society
2006 62nd American Color Print Society Members Exhibition - the Jeanne Claire Memorial Award for Etching
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Florida Printmakers, Un iv. of Miami, Coral Gables.

Public Collections

Pilant Court Reporting - Morgan City, Louisiana
Lafayette General Hospital extended care facility - Lafayette, LA
William Ferguson - Santa Cruz, California
Louisiana State Archives - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
New Orleans Historic Collection - NO, LA Lafayette City Club - Lafayette, LA
Thibodaux Regional Medical Center - Thibodaux, LA

Art Reviews & Announcements

Louisiana Life Spring 2000 Issue, Page 24
The NAVIGATOR July 2000
The Houma Daily Courier 7/20/2000, 3/22/2004
GUMBO entertainment guide August 2000, November 2002
The Daily Comet 8/11/2000, 3/22/2004
Works on Paper 2001 exhibition catalog
The Grapevine August 2001, October 2002
The Houma Daily Courier August 30, 2001
Cultural Canvas August-October 2001
National Juried Print Exhibit 2002, Sumei exhibition catalog
Book Arts 2002 at Bright Hill Center exhibition catalog
Women's Action Network:  womensactionnetwork.com is a project that helps build support for women in the arts. This project is a database of contemporary art and creative actions, which seeks to support individual women artists and those engaged in creative fields

"Awesome Art in Autumn Gardens" , Arts and Cultural Festival, October 11-12, 2008 at Houmas House Plantation, "Most Creative" Award Winner

Additional Training

Carolyn Pellegrin Studios, Methods of Chinese Brushwork (Houma, LA) - 1999 - 2001
Chen Yang-Chun Eastern Watercolor Techniques Course, Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts (Gatlinburg, TN) - July, 1995
Studio One, Steve Perkins Sculpting the Human Figure Course (Gray, LA) - August, 2000
Japanese Sumi Painting Classes, Jae Levy (Covington, LA) - April-May, 2001
Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Jennifer Nuss & Tomas Vu-Daniel, Printmaking & Book Arts (Snowmass, CO) - July, 2001
Abbey Art Works, John Malveto Realistic Drawing (Saint Benedict, LA), September, 2003
Katherine Chang Liu, Louisiana Watercolor Society Workshop, (New Orleans, LA) April 2003
Alan Flattmann, Portrait Painting & Drawing with Pastels, (Saint Joseph Abbey, Saint Benedict, LA) - February 2004
Michael del Priore, Fundamentals of Portraiture (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) - February 2005
Paul Jackson, Louisiana Watercolor Society Workshop (New Orleans, LA) - April 2005
Gary Chapman, "Unlocking the Secrets to Painting with Oils", Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (Gatlinburg, TN) June 2006
Judy Morris, Louisiana Watercolor Society Workshop (New Orleans, LA) - April 2007

Contact Address: 602 E 1st St., Thibodaux, LA 70301
E-Mail Address: susan70301@yahoo.com


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