Susannah MacDonald: A contemporary American artist, Susannah MacDonald first studied at the New England Conservatory of Music (1973-1952) and at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1982-1983). She then completed her education at the Studio Art Center, Florence, Italy (1984-1985), and at the Pratt Institute, New York (1983-1987).
Susannah MacDonald began her career as a clothing designer and illustrator. By the early 1990’s, however, she began experimenting with a truly unique method of printmaking. Using a combination of silk-screen and lithography on both paper and transparent sheets of mylar, her brightly coloured three-dimensional scenes portray contemporary life in an unforgettable manner.
Susannah MacDonald’s distinctive art first drew national attention at the New York Artexpo in 1995. Since that time her work has been published by John Szoke Graphics, New York. It has also been included in major exhibitions in Washington, New York, Geneva, Switzerland and in Tokyo.