|Susan J. Sauerbrun||Biography: Susan J. Sauerbrun�s work is in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Harvard University, Harvard Business School in Cambridge MA, Mobile Livre in Philadelphia and many private collections.
She showed her work in such diverse locations as the Whitechapel Gallery in London and the Bronx Museum, the New York Historical Society and the National Academy Museum here in New York.
She won not only the American Drawing Biennial but also the distinguished Pollock Krasner Award.
She holds an MFA from Rutgers University, MGSA.
She is a founder member and former board of London's ACME Housing Association and the ACME Gallery.
She was an Artist in Residence at the Henry Street Settlement in Manhattan and the Longwood Arts Project in The Bronx.
She lives in New York City.
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Country: USA Galleries: Solo Exhibitions:
The Henry Gregg Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Silent Pictures, February 2006.
Brownson Art Gallery, Purchase, NY, January 1990.
Broome St. Workshop, New York, NY, Sunrise #2, October 1982.
Flanagan Gallery, Providence, RI, 1981 and 1989.
Walters Art Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ, March 1979.
Maynard Gallery, Digswell Trust, Herts. England, January 1976.
AMP Gallery, London, England, September 1974.
Columbia Foyer, Columbia, MO, April 1971.
Awards: The Pollock - Krasner Foundation, New York, NY, Artist�s grant, 2001.
American Drawing Biennial 7, Muscarelle Museum of Art, Williamsburg, VA, Prize winner, 2000.
Artist�s Space, New York, NY, Artist�s Grant, 1982 and 1991.
Johnson Art Foundation, Princeton, NJ, Artist�s Grant, 1980.
Arts Council of Great Britain, Artist�s grant, 1975.
Bronx Council on the Arts, Bronx NY, Longwood Arts Project, Artist in Residence, 1984-90.
Henry St. Settlement, New York, NY, Artist in Residence, 1981-82.
AIR Gallery, New York, NY, One on One Program, Janet Heit, 1982, and Elaine King, 1984.
Media: oil, Drawing and Unique Artist's Books Style: abstract Subjects: light and color, -|