Susan Greer Emmerson
The Brookline Arts Center is pleased to present The Way We Drown by Susan Greer Emmerson.
Homes Without Names: Kitchen Table, Susan Greer Emmerson
Acrylic on molded Tyvek; mixed media, found objects
Uprooted, Susan Greer Emerson
Ink, charcoal and colored pencil on paper
Susan Greer Emmerson has exhibited extensively throughout the Midwest and Boston area. She has also performed duties as a juror and a co-curator, and has twice been awarded residencies at the Vermont Studio Center, as well as a residency at the Torpedo Factory in Virginia. Originally from the Midwest, where she practiced for nearly two decades as an ear, nose and throat surgeon, she received her BFA in Painting from Illinois State University and her MFA from Lesley University College of Art and Design in Boston. Her work appears in the permanent collections of the Grove Hall Public Library in Boston and the Bloomington-Normal Transportation Center and City Hall in Illinois. She is a member of Kingston Gallery in Boston.