Susan Rowe Harrison

Susan Rowe Harrison makes drawings and site-specific installations for private, commercial, and alternative settings.

She prefers to work in the architecture of the everyday—on the walls, windows, and doors that often go unnoticed or ignored until she leaves abstract traces in an explosion of color, natural light or, text. Her work is as likely to include a message as not. But when she does choose to include a message—about issues such global warming and bird friendly design, immigrant communities, or simply, how to be a person in the world—they are often but not always verbal.

Rowe Harrison holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from New York University and UC Berkeley respectively and studied painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. She lives and works in Dobbs Ferry, New York.

Murals, Drawings, Public Art


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