Susan’s work has been shown all around the El Paso/Las Cruces/Juarez area including at; The International Museum of Art, The Hal Marcus Gallery, The Sunland Park Gallery, Armando Pena Gallery, Crossland Gallery, Mision de la Galleria de Senecu and at The Brannigan Cultural Center and more. She has been accepted into the co-op Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery and will be showing there soon.
She has participated in many juried art festivals including; The Las Cruces Arts Festival, Las Artistas, Chalk the Block El Paso, The Franciscan Festival of Fine Arts and Ardovino’s Desert Crossings Christmas Fair.
She presented a slideshow and spoke about her “Accidental Abstrations” series for a Pecha Kucha Vol 9, (a Japanese presentation style started in 2003 that roughly translates to “Chit Chat”.)
She worked in conjunction with The City of El Paso, to develop a painting for the public art project; The Alameda Corridor Brio Stations. Susan’s image can be seen just outside the Ysleta High School at the Davis bus stops.
In 2020, The City of El Paso purchased 2 of her “Quarantine Dreams” series of paintings as part of their Art Purchasing Program, and they are now on display in the mayor’s office.
She has been a feature artist in the “Visual Arts” section of the El Paso Times, and her artwork has been featured on the cover of the El Paso Scene magazine in May 2017.
3/5 and 3/6/2021: Las Cruces Arts Fair, Las Cruces, N.M.