Sue Collier is a Boston born artist working and living in NYC. Collier’s practice includes three directions: plein air, studio painting, and drawing. She earned her BFA and MFA and awarded The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Fellowship from Boston University. She is also a 2020 NYFA Fellow in Drawing. At SUNY-Purchase she had half-time tenure and multiple awards. She was granted The Weir Farm Visiting Artist residency and has lectured at Dartmouth College, Queens College, Boston University, Kent State, Marymount Manhattan College at New York City and Tarrytown, and Adelphi University. She has been a board member of The Women’s Caucus for Art NYC and The Painting Center. Collier was included in the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, and participated in the Art in Embassies Program exhibiting in Africa. Collier’s work has been reviewed by The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Art News, Art in America, Art New England, Women Artist News, among others.
Recent exhibitions: Gold/scopophilia, Montclair, NJ. LABspace, Hillsdale, NY. Rockport Art Museum, MA. M. David & Co, Skowhegan Online Exhibition, and Powell Lane Arts Collingswood, NJ, 2023 One Person Show in Princeton, NJ and 11 Women of Spirit at Zurcher Gallery, NYC.