Susan Jaworski Stranc

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Education
Teaching Certificate, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
BA, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
SUNY at Buffalo
Exhibitions
2016CAA Members 2 Juried Show, Concord, MA, 555 Gallery Boston
2015Summertime Blues, Loading Dock Gallery, Lowell, MA
Printmakers Invitational, Mill Brook Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Concord, NH
Newburyport Printmakers, NAA, Newburyport, MA
Boston Printmakers 2015 North American Biennial, The Lunder Arts Center at Lesley Univeristy, Boston
Plenty, 13Forest Gallery, Arlington, MA
2014Annual Artists Showcase, Print Club of New York, New York, NY (invitational)
Palette to Plate, Boston Printmakers Members Exhibit, Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island
2013Individual Show, Kimball Library, Atkinson, NH
Lowell Celebrates Printmaking, UnBinding 5 Printmakers, Brush Gallery and Artists' Studios, Lowell, MA
Field Trip: in search of Bobbinflies, a print installation/curator, American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA
Latticework, Tower Hill Botanic Gardens, Boylston, MA (2 person exhibition)
Love, Lust, and Desire, McGowan Fine Art, Concord, NH
Enormous Tiny Art (ETA) 13, Nahcotta, Portsmouth, NH
DeCordova Museum, Corporate Art Program Leader since 1996
2012Group Exhibition, Left Bank Gallery, Orleans, MA
Exhibition in the Workplace, S & C Assurances, Montreal, QC
3rd Biennial Footprint, International Exhibition, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT
Print/Counter Print, Rose Contemporary Gallery, Portland, ME
Conscious Impressions, D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
Curator: Beaux-arts des Ameriques
New Media/Fresh Paint II, New Art Center, Newton, MA
Solo Show, Nahcotta, Portsmouth, NH
2011"Boston Printmaker's North American Biennial Print Show", Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA
"NAA Printmakers", McCoy Gallery, Merrimack College, Andover, MA
2010"10 Printmakers", Sargent Gallery, Newburyport, MA
"Starta", 13Forest Gallery, Arlington, MA
"60 Square Inches", Small Print Biennial, Purdue University Galleries,
Indiana
20097th International Miniature Print Biennial, Center for Contemporary
Printmaking, Norwalk, CT
2008"At the Water's Edge", Bridge Gallery, Newburyport, MA
2007"One Block, Many Colors", Ayer Lofts Gallery, Lowell, MA
"Women Artists at Western Avenue Studios", Whistler House
Museum of Art, Lowell, MA
2006"Four Relief Printmakers", invitiational, Zea Mays Printmaking Studio,
Florence, MA
2005"Boston Printmaker's North American Biennial Print Show", Boston
University, Boston, MA
2004Solo Print Show, Colonnade Gallery, Sharon Arts Center,
Peterborough, NH
Other Exhibition Venues
Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA
Decordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
Paradise City Arts Festivals, Northhampton, MA
Worcester Center for Crafts, Worcester, MA
Boston Center for the Arts/Cyclorama, Boston, MA
American Craft Council Exhibitions, Springfield, MA and Charolette,
NC
Collections
Special Collections Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Cerritos Library, Cerritos, CA
University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
UCLA
University of Tulsa, Oklahoma
Federal Reserve Bank, of Boston
University of New Mexico, Zimmerman Library
Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida
University of Alberta, Canada
Publications
Magnet Art Program, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston
Monograph for Education Department (co-authored)
Garden Greetings, Rockport Press (authored)
The Art of Card Making, Rockport Press (contributor)
Paper House, Rockport Press, (contributor)
Crafter's Project Book, Quarry Press (contributor)
Stamping Tricks for Scrapbooks, Rockport Press, (contributor)
Handcraft Illustrated
Craftopia.com

Artist's Statement

I am a printmaker, specializing in the creation of linoleum block prints. After each successive printing of a color, the surface of the block is reduced while at the same time the printing surface is built up with multi-layered colors. Born from one block of linoleum, my relief prints have the nuance and rich textural surfaces of an oil painting.

Although Picasso coined this method of working, a “suicide print”, I rather think of this printmaking process as emulating the journey of life. While creating my prints, I am never able to re-visit past stages. I can only proceed forward with the acceptance of all good and not so good choices which were mediated and acted upon with the hope and joy of completion.

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artNEWS: Twenty Years of a Singular Vision, February 2017

 

 

artTALK: Perspectives – Yours & Ours, July 2016

 

 

artNEWS: Hello, My Name is… Addicted to Art, June 2016

 

 

artNEWS: Summer Fun at McGowan Fine Art, June 2015

 

 

artTALK: Susan Jaworski Stranc, August 2012

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