LIVES / WORKS IN CHATHAM, NJ
Susan Dreifuss is an avid print maker and painter whose work has been featured in both individual and group exhibitions throughout the tri-state area. Her prints have been shown at Hunterdon Art Museum, are a part of the Hobart and William Smith permanent collection and have been featured in several exhibitions throughout New York as a part of Print Week.
Upon receiving her MFA from Pratt Institute in 2010, Susan went on to found a home textile business. Her printed textiles were featured on Fox News, at Pratt Legends Benefit, as well as in Apartment Therapy, Philadelphia Magazine and a variety of other news outlets. Her experience with textiles and design can be seen as a visible influence in her current work.
At present Susan is currently in the midst of launching a lifestyle brand located in Manhattan inspired by the design-savvy urbanite. Along with art making and her printed textile work, she runs her own art studio in Morristown, NJ and works as the Programs Director for the Art League of the Chathams, in Chatham, NJ, where she resides.
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