Susan Swartz

Park City, UT – As a contemporary artist, Susan Swartz mirrors our existence in connection to nature, healing, and the world we all reside in. For more than 30 years, Susan has provided and offered her work in activism, health and the environment, healing, and, without question, fine art.

Susan’s work and philosophy of life have always been forward-thinking, and her accomplishments abound. Designer Virgil Abloh said, “Art is made in hindsight,” but Susan Swartz is ever-composing in her mind, creating for what’s next—and in this case, what’s coming up are two primary career goals she has long harbored and dared dream possible.
My work is strongly rooted in forming connections, be it immersing and tuning in to nature or expressing through color and texture.

Susan has new representation and a fall 2024 solo show with Georges Berges Gallery, a prestigious Manhattan gallery in the heart of SoHo, and an installation during the 60th Venice Biennale at the European Cultural Center’s Palazzo Bembo. She will be showing at ECC-Italy alongside artist Laddie John Dill, who can be found in the permanent collections in museums around the world including the MOMA, Guggenheim, the National Gallery Venice, and the Museo Jumex in Mexico City. These exhibitions will bring a new level of exposure to her career and ethos.

Excerpted from Western Home Journal – 5/27/2024
by Sabina Dana Plasse