Suzanne Husky

Suzanne Husky is a French American artist and activist based in San Francisco since 2000. She received an MFA from Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, as well as advanced certifications in landscape design from Merritt College in Oakland, and has studied at CCA in San Francisco and at University Michel de Montaigne in France. She currently teaches at the Orleans Beaux Arts School. She has recently had residencies at Maison Daura and Casa D’Oro in Ariege, France, and Recology, the De Young Museum, the Headlands Center for the Arts, and Kala Art Institute in the Bay Area. In addition to receiving the SFAA in 2011, her other awards include the Green Trophy Award from Wells Fargo, the Seeds of Change award from Southern Exposure, and a cultural equity grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission. Her work was recently acquired by the DRAC, the French National Art Collection.

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