SUSAN WALSH’s work was the subject of a recent solo exhibitions at Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY and the Center for Digital Arts, Peekskill. She has also been included in group shows at the Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY: Plan B Evolving Arts in Santa Fe, NM; Northern Illinois University Art Museum, Dekalb, Illinois; the Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY; and KUBE, Beacon, NY. In 2013, she was a resident artist at DRAWinternational in Caylus, France, where she created a site-specific installation. Walsh received an MFA in photography from the University of Illinois, Chicago, IL. She lives in Beacon, NY.


2019 Garrison Art Center, “Radiant Particulars” Garrison, New York 

2017 Only Mark the Bright Hours, Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY 

2015 Center for Digital Arts, "From this Vantage Point" Peekskill, NY

2014 Only The Sun Can Prove That I Am Useful, Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY 

2014 School of Jellyfish, Thread/Marking Time Video Projection, Beacon NY

2013 DRAWinternational Artist Residency, Site-Specific Installation, Caylus,  France 

2012  Grand Foyer Gallery, Beacon, NY 


2019 Still Still Moving, Howland Art Center, Beacon NY

2018 Big Holiday Show, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY

2018  Beacon Bus Shelter Project. Wind Drawings on Beacon Bus Shelter, Beacon, NY.

2017 Radius 50, curated by David, Ross, Woodstock Artists Association and Museum, Woodstock, NY

2017 Takonic North Group Show, curated by Julie Torres and Susan Jennings, Hillsdale, NY

2016 Match Game, Artspace, New Haven CT

2016 66th Art of the Northeast, Silvermine Art Center, CT, curated by Steven Sergiovanni

2016 Schema Projects, "Passing Through" Brookly, New York 

2015 Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, Honorary Mention, "Line Describing a Cone", juried by Eva Respini, Photography curator at the Modern Museum of Art, NY

2014 Aqua Art Miami, Miami Beach, FL

2013 Small Works Show, Garrison Art Center, Garrison NY, Curated by Grace Knowlton, Matt Freiburghaus and Don Nice

2013 Corrogate, PS 209, Rosendale, NY

2013 Timelines, Mattewaen Gallery, Beacon, NY

2013 Homecoming, KUBE Gallery, Beacon NY

2012 Apocalyps, BAU Gallery, Beacon, NY

2012 Living Arrangements, Spring, Brooklyn, NY (guest curated by Debra Klompching of Klompching Gallery,  Brooklyn, NY)

2012 Some Girls, Howland Cultural Center, Beacon, NY

2012 Fine Art, Grand Foyer Gallery, Beacon, NY

2011 Small, Hudson Beach Glass Gallery, Beacon, NY, curated by Jennifer Mackiewicz

2010 Private “i”, Skylight Gallery, New York, New York

2010 Group EB, Chashama Gallery, New York, New York

2010 Flash-66-3/4, BAU Gallery, Beacon, New York

2009 Beacon Open Studios, Beacon New York

2008 Group EB, Columbia University, New York

2006 Dumbo Open Studios, Brooklyn, New York

1999 OUTWEST, Plan B Evolving Arts, Curated by Harmony Hammond, Santa Fe, New Mexico

1999 The Land, An Art Site, curated by Christine Wallers, Mountainair, New Mexico

1998 Project 66, Central Avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexio

1994 Bibliovertigo, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, DeKalb, Illinois

1994 Telling Stories, Randolf Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1993 MFA Thesis Exhibition, “Gayz”, Gallery 400, Chicago, Illinois

1993 Discovering Connections, University of Illinois Art Exhibit at Conference on Women and Gender, Chicago, Illinois

1991 New Directions ’91, Juror: Richard Armstrong, (curator for the Whitney Museum of Art), 
Barrett House Galleries, Poughkeepsie, New York


2018 Fellow, Constance Saltonstall Artist Residency, Ithaca, NY

2013 DRAWinternational, Caylus, France

2010 Habitat for Artists, Garrison, New York


1991-1992 The Loofah Method, a multimedia performance group, slide projection and photographic performance, Chicago, Illinois


1993 Lesbian and Gay Film Series, "Queer Chicago, Chicago, Illinois

1993 Internation Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Chicago, Illinois


1993 Master of Fine Arts, Photography, University of Illinois, Chicago

1990-1991 The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

1989 Weekend Photography Workshop with Arnold Newman, Wisconsin

1982 Bachelor of Arts, Television and Film, Northern Illinois University