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 Susan Carr

Country Girl which is head, 2002

Ceramic Painted in Oil

8 x 6 x5 in



Susan Carr (b.USA) In 1994  Carr earned her BFA from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, MA. After winning the prestigious Fifth-year “Traveling Scholars Award,” she returned in 2003 to earn her MFA in video and photography. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States and overseas, including the Mash Gallery in Los Angeles, Phillips Art Auctions, in New York, Next to Nothing Gallery, in NYC, Mark Borghi, NYC, Andrew Edlin, NYC, the Elaine Jacob Gallery at Wayne State University, and Boecker Contemporary in Heidelberg, Germany. In 2019 she published a small memoir called “Tensions” of prose, poetry, photography, and paintings. Her art is featured in public and private collections. She has been awarded two career development grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council as well as grants from The Davenport Company. Carr currently lives and works in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where she creates playful and bold paintings, sculptures, and everything in between – all characterized by her thick, chunky, and layered painting application. Carr’s work comes from a deep and highly intuitive place, always guided by her vibrant curiosity.

Susan Carr Country - Girl which is head