Susan Due Pearcy is an internationally known artist and printmaker working in the tradition of the transcendentalists. This
collection consists of sixteen of her linoleum and woodcut block prints depicting scenes of the migrant field work from her
time volunteering with the United Farm Workers in 1972 and 1973.
Susan Due Pearcy is an internationally known artist and printmaker working in the tradition of the transcendentalists. She
was raised in St. Louis, Missouri and has lived in Massachusetts, New York, Georgia, California and, most recently, Maryland.
She graduated with a B.S. in painting, graphics, and sculpture in 1969 from New York State University where she studied with
Robert Blackburn; and she studied with Michael Ponce de Leon at the Art Student’s League in New York City in 1970. Susan has
held various positions of art instruction at various art schools and centers including the Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale,
New York, the Lee Arts Center in Arlington, Virginia, and Casa del Sol, in Abiquiu, New Mexico. Permanent collections in possession
of her works include the National Gallery of Art (Rare Books Collection) in Washington, DC, the Chemalier Museum in France,
the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, and the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has held exhibits at the Chemalier
Museum, where she received the Triennial D’Estamps Petit Format award, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Gomez Gallery, the
Washington Printmakers Gallery Delaware Center for the Arts in Wilmington, and she has exhibited with the Southern Graphics
Conference Council Traveling exhibit from 1996-98, and again from 2006-2009.
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