My work contemplates the ambiguity of a world in which things are not always quantifiable and clear, acknowledging our fragility, vulnerability, and certain impermanence. She lives near the ocean and a concrete seawall. At the seawall I watch the ocean break up and scatter our ideals of bigness and lastingness. I watch the barriers we build erode and be built again.

Susan Denniston is a painter, printmaker, and mixed media artist.  She was born in Pittsburgh, PA and received her BA from Bates College, Lewiston, ME. In 2000, after 20 years in the hi-tech medical software field, she left to pursue her interest in art. She studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Mass College of Art; and the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA. Susan's work is seen regularly throughout New England in regional art museums and college/university art galleries. Her work has been selected for exhibit by curators from the MFA, the ICA, and the Chicago Institute of Art, as well as by artists, professors, and gallery owners. Her work is included in portfolios in Poland and the Boston Public Library. She served as president of the Monotype Guild of New England from 2008-2010 and currently serves as treasurer and executive board member of the Boston Printmakers, a 70 year old North American print organization. She is a juried artist member of the National Association of Women Artists, the Boston Printmakers, the Cambridge Art Association, and the South Shore Art Center.