Susan B. Phillips is an award winning artist who resides in New York City and Woodstock, NY. Her mediums are photography and mixed media collage.
She is an active member of the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, and the National Association of Women Artists, in New York City. As well, she has been the Gallery Coordinator of that association for the past eight years, and sits on the Board of Directors. The National Association of Women Artists is the oldest women’s art organization in the US. Ms. Phillips is a member of the Center for Photography in Woodstock, NY, The International Center for Photography in NYC, and the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild in Woodstock NY. She is currently represented by the the Wired Gallery in High Falls NY, and The Uptown Design Gallery, in Kingston, NY.
Ms. Phillips’ photographs have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art,Brooklyn, NY, The Bergen County Museum, Paramus, NJ, The Belskie Museum of Art, Closter, NJ, and The Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR. Her photographs and collages have been showcased in solo shows, both in NYC and Woodstock; she has been in group shows throughout the US, and her work can be found in corporate and private collections.
Ms. Phillips was selected by the Kennedy Publishing Company for inclusion in a book entitled: Best of American Photographers, Volume II. She continues to expand her photography portfolios of Graffiti, Reflections NYC ( Puddles, Buildings ), Pond Reflections, Rain, Food, Flowers, and Street Seen, among others. Whatever interests her-she photographs.
To keep pace with changing technology and growing aesthetic possibilities, Ms. Phillips has embraced the iPhone as a new tool for creativity, and was asked to give a presentation at the Apple Store in Soho, on the use of favorite photo apps.