Artist Susan J. Osborn

By December 13, 2018 Art Walls

 

 

Art Walls O’side
Fourth exhibition

Susan J Osborn December 13 – February 11, 2019

 

 

 

“Matisse’s Studio/Freedom” Art Walls exhibition

M.A. Visual Art and M.A. Education, San Diego State University-Now working full time in her studio. Ms. Osbornpreviously taught art at the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library, the San Diego Art Department, Southwestern Community College and seventeen years at The Bishops School in La Jolla. Her work is included in various collections in the United States, Denmark, Japan and Spain. She is listed in Who’s Who of American Women. Among her many awards, she has received a Visual Artists Assistance Award from the State of California (1977.)

“Matisse’s Studio/Freedom” Art Walls exhibition

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS include:
2018 “Survival is Insufficient” Oceanside Museum of Art
2017 “Wings and Whimsey,” Encinitas Library
2016 “Part and Parcel,” San Diego Art Institute
2015 “Colorful Marks,” Girard Gourmet, La Jolla, CA
“She Says…,” Next Door Gallery, San Diego, CA
2012 “Wings and Whimsey,” San Diego Art Department
2011 “Demented Dolls and Devices,” San Diego Art Institute
2010 “Crosses, Shrines and Tributes,” San Diego Art Institute
2009 “Evolutions,” San Diego Art Department, San Diego, CA
2007 “Pastel Views,” San Diego Art Department,
2006 San Diego Hospice Exhibition, Third Ave., San Diego, CA 2004 “Small Constructions” at San Diego Hospice
2003 Ariel Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1999 “Artists Guild Presents”, (exhibit of four selected artists), San Diego Museum of Art
1997 “Myth and Animals,” The Art Union Gallery, San Diego
1995 “Painting: Three New Directions,” Southwestern College, Chula Vista CA
1992 “Landscapes,” Stephen Clayton Gallery (Addi Galleries), Coronado CA

 

 

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS:PERMANENT COLLECTION: Museo Internacional de Electrografia, Universityde Castilla-La Mancha, Cuenca, Spain, 1990

 

 

 

INCLUDED in Who’s Who of American Women, 25th edition (2005 – 2007); Who’s Who in America, 60th anniversary edition; Artistic Photographic Processes, Suda House, Amphoto Books (Watson-Guptill), New York, 1981; Michelangelo, His Life and Works with Pictures and Stories, Otto Mower, Ph.D., 2004; cover design for On Zion’s Hill, Anna Small Roseboro, 2015.

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