Susan Phillips is an artist who resides in New York City and Woodstock, NY. Her mediums are photography and collage.
She is an active member of the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, and the National Association of Women Artists, in New York City, where she has been the Gallery Coordinator for over fifteen years. Ms. Phillips is a member of the Women Photographers collective of the Hudson Valley, the Center for Photography in Kingston, NY, the International Center for Photography in NYC, and the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild. She is represented by Emerge Gallery, in Saugerties NY.
Ms. Phillips has received the highest Photography Award form The National Association of Women Artists. ( Jurors: Anita Rogers, Anita Rogers Gallery NYC, Lisa Small Senior Curator European Art, Brooklyn Museum). In 2019, she was granted a European art residency at Arte Studio Ginestrelle, (Assisi Italy). In 2020, she was selected for the WAAM exhibit: “A Different Kind of Now”. Beasenderfer Gallery NJ, awarded her 3rd place winner in their 2022 Collage Exhibit. Her photographs have been published in “New York Magazine”, “Art Ascent”, “The Fat Canary”, and "The Catskill Mt Region Guide".
She continues to expand her photography portfolios of Graffiti, Puddle Reflections NYC, Rain, Pond Reflections, Torn Elegance, and Street Seen, among others. Her collage compositions are ongoing
"I have spent much of my adult life photographing. I shoot anything that interests me, but over the years I have developed several specific portfolios that deal with my observations of city and country life: Street Seen, Rain, Graffiti, Torn Papers, and Reflections ( puddles, buildings, ponds, stores) to name just a few. I have tried to teach myself to be a constant observer, searching always for new ways to interpret the customary."