SUSAN WHITE


Ephemera at the Nerman Museum / Artist Lecture
January 11, 2018, 11:42 pm
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The exhibition, Ephemera, features the work of six sculptors : Michelle Segre, Kahlil Irving, Miles Neidinger, Rena Detrixhe, Brian Jungen and Susan White.

On opening night of the exhibition four of the six artists in the show gave brief talks.  I was one of those four.  I managed to give an overview of my work and then insert a bit of my world view and even a bit of humor. Check it out below:

http://www.susan-white.com/video.html

 

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Kawsmouth Interview
January 2, 2018, 10:54 pm
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Jennifer Wetzel from the online journal Kawsmouth came to my studio at the end of last year.  We had a great conversation, she took some photographs and she has written this article in the journal, Kawsmouth.  Such a nice way to start 2018!

Thank you Jennifer!

A studio visit with Susan White

 

 



Pyrographs at Kentler International Drawing Space in Brooklyn
December 27, 2016, 10:56 pm
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http://www.kentlergallery.org

I’m so pleased to have two of my pyrographs (burn drawings / works on paper) accepted into the Flat Files at Kentler International Drawing Space in Red Hook, Brooklyn.  This is a wonderful venue for works on paper as well as installation work.  If you are in the NYC area, stop by and take a look at the many exquisite works and exhibitions.

Below are details of two pieces, Untitled (silence) 2015 and Untitled (sound) 2016. These drawings are made with millions of tiny burn marks on heavy cotton rag paper. untitled-silence

 

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Images from Skyscape / Landscape solo exhibition at the Volland Store
December 3, 2016, 2:44 pm
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Exhibition at the Volland Store
September 16, 2016, 9:51 pm
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I currently have a one person exhibition at the Volland Store in the Flint Hills on view until October 16.  It is an amazing venue and I’m thrilled to have my work in this beautiful space  in this beautiful part of the country.   The work consists of a thorn wall installation, Flock, two bronze thorn pieces, and nine framed pyrographs or burn drawings. These pyrographs  were particularly inspired by the undulating Flint Hills and the burning of the prairie in the spring.  The honey locust thorns are found throughout the area and regarded with a mixture of disdain and despair!   The Volland is an extraordinary place and I’m thrilled to be showing my work there.

Directions:  Take I-70 west 25 miles past Topeka to exit 328 for Alma/99.  Drive 3 miles south to the center of Alma, turn right by the museum on the road headed west to Volland.  Continue 8 miles to the Volland sign, turn left, you’re there!

 



Flatfiles Exhibition at H & R Block Artspace
June 3, 2014, 1:12 pm
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I currently have a series of pyrographs in the Flatfiles exhibition at H & R Block Artspace.  I think of these six works as a series of small poems.  Here’s an image from the series.Image



June 3, 2014, 1:05 pm
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I have  been asked to produce a print for the 2014 Contemporary American Theater Festival at Shepherd University in West Virginia where I will be participating in a printmaking workshop in the Department of Art in July. A series of my  pyrographs  will be displayed in a group exhibition at the Festival.