This is the RSVP page to view the April 15 critique with Susan Abbott. By RSVPing, you'll receive a reminder email the morning of the event. If you'd like to register a work to be critiqued, please visit this separate page.
About the series: In April, we are offering a series of critique sessions with nationally renowned artists/instructors. During these 1.5-hour sessions, each guest speaker will review 15 members’ work and provide critiques and/or lead discussions. Everyone is invited to watch the critiques, which we’ll broadcast online as Zoom webinars.
How to watch: This session will air via the online webinar platform Zoom. Zoom is available to download onto a computer, tablet or smartphone, or you can simply watch it through a web browser. Registrants will receive the log-in info, and we'll resend it in a reminder email on Wednesday morning.
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About Susan Abbott: Born and raised in Takoma Park, Susan Abbott began her formal art studies at age 14, studying life drawing in the summers under the famed professor Richard D’Arista at American University. She dropped out of high school, then earned undergraduate and graduate degrees at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, and studied intaglio printmaking at the University of Iowa.
Susan has worked as a professional artist since that time, exhibiting in galleries and museums around the country. Her still life and landscapes have been featured at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Museum of Technology, Hood College, and the Baltimore Museum of Art. She has been a recipient of a Maryland Art Council “Individual Artist Award” and a Vermont Arts Council “Creation Grant.” Her paintings are in many private and corporate collections, including Mead Data Central, the Gund Company, the Federal Home Mortgage Administration, Peat Marwick, and Chittenden Bank. Her commission for Oprah Winfrey was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Susan is based in northern Vermont.
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