Susan Lisbin

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Severely hard of hearing since the age of two, Susan Lisbin is a painter and a sculptor who has spent the past seven decades observing people, objects and the environments they inhabit. She studied at the School of Fine and Applied Arts at Boston University and Ramapo College, and earned a master’s degree from Montclair State University, studying painting under Leon de Leeuw. Lisbin’s work has been shown extensively, including a solo show at Howard Scott Gallery in New York in 1996 and another at William Paterson University in New Jersey in 2008. More recently Lisbin’s work has been the subject of solo and two-person exhibitions at Stellarhighway, Brooklyn, NY; Susan Eley Fine Art, Hudson, NY; HiLo, Catskill, NY; Catherine Fosnot Gallery, New London, CT; Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY; Carter Burden Gallery, New York, NY; and, Carrie Chen Gallery, Great Barrington, MA. Her work has also been exhibited at Foreland Catskill in a group show curated by Jesse Greenberg; at Parallel Vienna 2022 with Andreas Schlichtner in Vienna, Austria; and in group shows at Carter Burden Gallery, New York, NY; Ceres Gallery, New York, NY; Emerge Gallery, Saugerties, NY; Woodstock Artist Association, Woodstock, NY; and, New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ. Lisbin was awarded a studio at The New School in 1976, and has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center and Horned Dorset Art Colony. Her work is on permanent display at Metro East 99th Street Adult Day Program in New York, NY and at Columbia Green Community College in Hudson, NY. Lisbin lives and works in Catskill, NY and maintains a studio at Foreland.


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