Scheduled solo exhibits: “Notes on the State of Virginia,” August – October, 2017, Portsmouth Art and Cultural Center, Portsmouth, Virginia / September – December, 2018, University of Virginia library (Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections gallery), Charlottesville, Virginia.
The September-October Kenyon Review features Suzanne’s images (cover and portfolio) in “The Poetics of Science” issue. Visit: http://www.kenyonreview.org/conversation/suzanne-stryk/ to read Suzanne’s conversation with KR editor Sergei Lobanov-Rostovsky.
Suzanne’s series “Notes on the State of Virginia” continues to tour the state. It runs from April 1 through December 31 at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester, Virginia. The following video accompanies the exhibit, describing the full project for visitors:
In January “Notes on the State of Virginia” was reviewed in the Washington Post and featured in the Northern Virginia arts magazine élan. http://www.suzannestryk.com/publications/reviews/
Suzanne’s art was featured in the January issue of Escape into Life, an international website of art and culture.http://www.escapeintolife.com/artist-watch/suzanne-stryk/
2016 Group exhibits: “A Sketch of the Universe: Art, Science and the Influence of D’Arcy Thompson,” Edinburgh City Art Centre, Edinburgh, Scotland // “Unexpected Surfaces,” Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, TN // “In Consideration of Bees,” Chroma Projects, Charlottesville, VA and The Danville Museum of Fine Art and History, Danville, VA
Suzanne presented the keynote talk, “The Beetle and the Double Helix: Why Nature Matters in the Art Classroom,” for the Virginia Art Educators Association annual conference.
Solo Exhibits 2015:
“Notes on the State of Virginia,” Athenaeum in Alexandria, Virginia / December 15 2015 through January 31 2016.
“Shape of Flight,” Solo Exhibit, Ingram Gallery, Vanderbilt University / February 16-March 20
“Natural Order,” 4-person exhibit, Blue Spiral 1, Asheville, NC September-November 2015
Shenandoah spring issue features an interview with Suzanne: http://shenandoahliterary.org/641/2014/09/25/suzanne-stryk-artist-flight-and-life/
“Pollinator,” Blue Spiral, Asheville, NC / Suzanne included her new work on mirror in this group exhibit featuring honey bees.
Suzanne’s mirror works represented by Cumberland Gallery at the 2014 Los Angeles Art Show January 15-19.
Senator Mark Warner’s office selected Suzanne’s artwork for a year-long exhibit of Virginia artists.
Suzanne’s exhibit “Notes on the State of Virginia” opened at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia, on June 14th and ran through August 24th.
The D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson Museum in Dundee, Scotland, purchased Suzanne’s painting “Reasons for Numbers” for their art collection.
Two of Suzanne’s vortex paintings were selected for the new Music City Center’s permanent art collection in Nashville, Tennessee. They appear in the publication for the collection UNCONVENTIONAL.
Suzanne’s painting Ascent: Homage to Avian Flight was selected for the exhibit “High Art: 15 Years of Collecting” at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC.
The summer issue of London-based Antennae: The Journal of Animals and Visual Culture features the work of Suzanne and collaborator Ann Ropp’s paintings with an essay by Scott Contreras-Koterbay.
Suzanne’s work Field Notes (Natural Domain Series) is included in the anthology Convergence: The Art Collection of the National Academy of Sciences (with 14 essays including those by NAS curator J.D. Talasek, E.O. Wilson, and Lucy Lippard).
“Nest” was the theme of Suzanne’s 2012 May Farm School painting workshop (Shenandoah Valley, VA). During the week, students painted nest imagery and collaborated on building an 8′ high nest from branches and sticks.
Suzanne is the recipient of a 2011 Virginia Commission for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship in support of her series, “Notes on the State of Virginia.”
Link to A! Magazine article: Suzanne Stryk Awarded Fellowship
Launching the Imagination: A Comprehensive Guide to Basic Design (McGraw-Hill), by Mary Stewart, features an interview with Suzanne along with images by the artist.
Flyway: Birds in the Art of Suzanne Stryk 2000-2010
traveled to the following venues in 2010:
February 12 — March 15
Perspective Gallery, Virginia Tech
July 26 — September 9
Gallery 180, The Illinois Institute of Art
September 18 — November 7
Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History
Brochure for Flyway with essay by VT art history professor Martha Allison
Suzanne presented the keynote address, “The Beetle and the Double Helix: Why Nature Matters in the Art Classroom,” to the Georgia Art Educators Association’s Annual Conference in October, 2010.
Catalogs from past exhibits:
Second Nature: The Art of Suzanne Stryk
William King Museum
Keeping An Eye on Things
available from ETSU natural history museum shop at the Gray Fossil Site Museum