Susan Weinreich is a celebrated American Artist, Lecturer and Advocate whose paintings and drawings have been exhibited across the nation. At the request of galleries, universities, public corporations and private non-profit organizations, Susan has spoken in the United States and Canada about her art and life. Her work has been featured in the national press, including The New York Times. Weinreich’s art is in numerous collections, both public and private, including, The William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas, the World Corporate Headquarters of Eli Lilly in Indianapolis, Indiana, and the Four Winds Hospital, in Katonah, New York.
An alumna of Rhode Island School of Design, Weinreich studied under glass artist, Dale Chihuly in the mid to late 70’s.
In 2014, Ms. Weinreich moved her studio to Boulder, Colorado from Westchester County, New York, where she lived and maintained a studio for over four decades. She lives with her partner and three cats.
“Making art for me has always been about bringing beauty to the world. It has always been about creating an environment of healing and insight. I believe true art stems from a place of health and total self awareness. There are times in life when we can be driven by angst, when natural energy and a connection with others fails us, but, whether a creative act comes from either place, deep down inside is the innate desire to draw a connection with another living soul and that in itself is what binds us and inspires us.”
- Susan Weinreich, Excerpt from letter to Diana Streevey-King, July 2005