susan currie is a west palm beach based visual artist who integrates vibrant color with timeless geometric elements in her printmaking and painting — her photographs often serving as prompts for creative exploration. susan’s chromatic takes on simple universal elements extend a nod to the art of play and to the wonder of childhood, a subject she faithfully focused on for over two decades in her portrait photography.
susan’s fine art has been exhibited at the yawkey cancer center at mass general hospital in boston, the photoplace gallery in middlebury, vermont, the touch gallery in cambridge, massachusetts, keller palm beach and at chase edwards contemporary in bridgehampton, new york. her work has also been featured in the boston globe, still point arts quarterly, the huffington post, spirit of st. bart’s, artists magazine, L.A. YOGA magazine, palm beach modern luxury, the tishman review, temenos literary journal and in assorted other publications. susan’s fine art is currently on view through libby silvia artstyle and at the chasen galleries in sarasota. she also shares new work through the artist collective palm beach.
in addition to these endeavors, susan serves as a corporator for the griffin museum of photography in winchester, massachusetts, as a adjunct faculty member of the palm beach photographic centre in west palm beach.
susan met her muse when she discovered the practice of yoga (and became an RYT 200 instructor) some time ago. this ancient eight-limbed practice continues to inform her artistry and her life on a number of levels. through the creative workshops she leads throughout the country, she shares her signature approach to slow shooting and incorporating mindfulness into the artistic practice.