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Suzanne Horwitz



Phone: 312-805-1586
Email: suzanne@suzannehorwitz.com
URL: http://suzannehorwitz.com

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Suzanne Horwitz, a second-generation artist, studied at the Art Students League of New York, earned a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan. Horwitz’s sculpture won recognition at the Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey. Her work has been exhibited in numerous venues nationally and locally and is represented in the corporate collections of The Options Clearing Corporation in Chicago and Goldman Sachs in New York, plus numerous private collections. Horwitz is on the faculty of The Art Center of Highland Park.

 Although primarily a figurative sculptor, she has completed commissions, and produced a diverse and extensive body of work in a variety of materials. Her pieces range from intimate portraits to large room-sized installations and public sculpture.

 

 

SUZANNE HORWITZ_____________________

www.suzannehorwitz.com · suzanne@suzannehorwitz.com · 312·805·1586 

 

Selected Exhibitions

 2012

 Lakefront 2012, at the 23rd International Sculpture Center Conference, Juror, Richard Hunt, Chicago, IL

litteSCULPTURE Show, at the 23rd International Sculpture Center Conference, Chicago, IL

6 to the Third, Expo Chicago 2012, Chicago, IL

Caffeine VI, Greenleaf Art Center, Chicago, IL

 

2011

From Generation to Generation, The Prairie Center for the Arts, Schaumburg, Il

12x12, The Art Center of Highland Park, First Place Award, HP, IL

We are the Artful Network, Tom Robinson Gallery, Chicago, IL

Gift of Hope, Artists Respond to Letters and Dispatches of Raoul Wallenberg, The Swedish American Museum, Chicago, IL

Avenue of Sculpture, Art Chicago, The Merchandise Mart, Chicago, IL

6" x 6" x6", Art Chicago, The Merchandise Mart, Chicago, IL

 

2010

Urban Pulse, Tom Robinson Gallery, Chicago, IL

A Gathering of Waters; Artists Engage with Forms of Water Cited in Jewish Texts, The Beverly Art Center, Chicago, IL

5th Annual Highland Park Art Walk, Award, Juror, Lane Mattix, Highland Park, IL

Off Center, ARC Gallery, Jurors: Aaron Packer, Ann Rosen, Chicago, IL

 2009

Common Threads; All Things Connected, CWCA, St Paul’s Cultural Center, Chicago, IL

 2008

Chicago Art Open 2008, Merchandise Mart, Chicago, IL

Office of Cook County Treasurer, Group Exhibition AJAC, Chicago, IL

Insights into a Culture, American Jewish Artists Club, Jurors: Leopold Segedin, Ann Rosen and Dr. David Sokol, Cultural Center, Chicago, IL

 2005

Light Up The Future, ORT, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

8th Annual Chicago Art Open 2005, Chicago, IL

Cherry is Best, Around the Coyote Gallery, Chicago, IL

2004

University of Michigan Alumni Artists, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL

2003

Midwest Clay Guild, Terra Incognito Gallery, Oak Park, IL

2002

Hidden Faces, Exhibition of Masks, Curators: Martha Griffith, Diana Evenson, Carol Kazwick, Fine Line Arts Center, St.Charles, IL

911 Show, Jettsett Gallery, Chicago, IL

Midwest Clay Guild 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Evanston, IL

 2000

25th Annual Alice and Arthur Baer Art Competition and Exhibition, Jurors: Marianne Deson and Susan Aurinko, Beverly Art Center, Chicago IL

Four Corners of the World, Jurors: Sharon Couzin, David Richards, Mary Lou Zelazny, SAIC, Chicago, IL 

1999

Paint It Silver, ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL

Focus on the Arts, Highland Park High School, Highland Park, IL

1996

Potentiality, Activate the Art, A.R.C. Gallery, Chicago, IL

Mentorship Show, Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, IL

Small Works, Suburban Fine Art Center, Highland Park, IL

1994

In View, Cortesi Gallery, Highland Park, IL

Artist in Residence, Camp Ramah, Conover, WI

1993

Focus on the Arts, Highland Park High School, Highland Park, IL

1992

Around the Coyote '92, Chicago, IL 

1988

Montclair Art Museum, First Place Sculpture, Juror, Robert J. Koenig, Director Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ

1985

Summit, NJ Art Center, Juror, Richard Anuszkiewicz

 

Collections

Linda Kramer, Chicago, IL

Arthur M. Cohen & Associates, Northbrook, IL

Bette S. Coleman, Evanston, IL

Goldman Sachs & Co., New York City, NY

The Options Clearing Corporation, Chicago, IL

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morchelles, Short Hills, NJ

 

Awards

 2011-First Place Award, 12x12 Exhibit, The Art Center of Highland Park, HP, IL

 2008-Insights into a Culture, Louise and Maurice Yochim Award, Jurors: Leopold Segedin, Ann Rosen, Dr. David Sokol, Cultural Center, Chicago, IL

1999-Focus on the Arts, Invitational, Highland Park High School, HP, IL

1995-Artemisia Gallery, Mentorship Program, Chicago, IL

1994-Artist in Residence, Camp Ramah, Conover, WI

1992-School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, Studio Award

1988-Montclair Art Museum, First Place Sculpture, Juror, Robert J. Koenig, Director Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ

1987-South Orange, NJ, Artistic Achievement Sculpture, Jurors: W. Carl Burger, Adolph Konrad

 

Publications

Leslie Jacobs, Highland Park Artist Exhibiting in Three Venues, TribLocal.com, October 20, 2011

Leslie Jacobs, Highland Park Artist Chosen for Avenue of Sculptures at Art Chicago, TribLocal.com, April 21, 2011

The 2009 Alumni Calendar of Events, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Joseph Aaron, “50 Years Later, The Question Now Is How To Remember”, The Chicago Jewish News, May 19-25, 1995:24

Anna Poplawska, “Chicago Art Open 2005”, Chicago Artists’ News, CAC, December 2005: 1

 

Education

School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Bachelor of Fine Arts

Art Students League of New York, NY

Wayne State University, Master of Science Candidate

University of Michigan, Bachelor of Science in Education