Susan Amons

ABOUT

Susan Amons lives and works in southern Maine. She holds a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art, and has received 22 artists' fellowships from organizations such as the Women’s Studio Workshop in New York, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Heliker-LaHotan Foundation in Maine.

Her work was included in the acclaimed exhibit Maine Women Pioneers, University of New England, 2013. Susan is a juried member of the prestigious Peregrine Press in Maine, and the venerable National Association of Women Artists in New York, whose membership includes Faith Ringgold, Judy Chicago, Louise Nevelson, Alice Neel, and others. Downeast Magazine's article by Ed Beem featured her work in their Best Of Maine Issue for 2016.  The book ART of ACADIA by David Little and Carl Little includes Amons'  "Acadian Harbor, Evening Sail" monoprint.

Susan Amons' artwork is included in the collections of the Portland Museum of Art, the Farnsworth Art Museum, the New York and Boston Public Libraries, the University of New England, Indiana University, Connecticut University, Colby, Bates, and Bowdoin College Collections, the Southern Graphics Council International Archive, the Women's Studio Workshop Archive, Peck School of Art Collection, Wheaton College Collection, and the Zimmerli Museum Collection, Rutgers University, NJ. Susan exhibits regularly in New England, New York, and Maryland.