Susan Stover

C2C Art Co-Founder, Instructor

Susan Stover draws on over 30 years of professional experience in helping you realize your artistic goals. Susan works easily between a variety of mediums, ever attentive to their history and cultural foundations. Students benefit from her extensive knowledge of art, art history, and techniques. She demystifies various techniques and encourages students to combine mediums in new ways. Having studied different cultural aesthetic traditions from around the world, she embraces ritual, tradition, and meditation inherent in repetitive processes. She brings this depth of knowledge to her work and teaching. Combining art historical information and a rich understanding of the processes, techniques, and histories of the various mediums enhances her teaching and helps you to consider these elements as you conceptually frame your art practice.

Susan creates a dynamic, engaging place to explore new mediums, techniques, and ideas. Her demonstrations and exercises will have you looking at the mediums, concepts, and your art practice in new ways. Susan's understanding of how the techniques and mediums fit into a broader context and history brings a compelling and interesting layer to her classes, materials, and processes. Class discussions enrich your understanding and further your conceptual framework.

Susan has a BFA from Miami University in Oxford, OH and an MFA from California College of Art in San Francisco.

She is represented by Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY and Colibri Gallery in Morgan Hill, CA. Her work has been featured in several publications and is in many private and corporate collections. She teaches throughout the US and internationally. Sue offers one-on-one mentoring, portfolio and website review, online workshops, videos, and in person teaching.