Susan Slyman

Susan blends traditional subject matter, late Victorian landscape and interiors, with sophisticated spatial organization. The artist also draws inspiration from stories she has read and tales of past times.

Her paintings have been exhibited world-wide and have appeared in numerous publications.  They are included in the Musee Internationale d’Art Naif and the United States National Archive. One of her creations resides in the official residence of the United States Ambassador to Uruguay.

Public Collections:

The Smithsonian Institution (U.S. National Archive – now at the Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley CA)

Musee Interational D’Art Naif De Magog, Quebec

Susan Slyman Works are included in the following publications:

“American Folk Art of the Twentieth Century” Rizzoli

“All-American Folk Arts and Crafts” Rizzoli

“Naïve Art Gallery” vol. 5   Gakken, Japan