Susan Roth Beerman

Susan Roth Beerman was born in Joseph Cornell’s birthplace in Nyack, New York in 1959. She studied painting and drawing with painter Richard Pousette-Dart, attended Skowhegan School of  Painting and Sculpture, attended New York Studio School  and was graduated from Bard College.  Her works were selected by Marjorie Frankel Nathanson, curator Museum of Modern Art  for a National Small Works Exhibition in Schoharie, New York. Other exhibitions include Rockland Center for the Arts in her native Rockland County New York,  Guild Hall in East Hampton Long Island and she is has recently shown her work at Ro Gallery in Long Island City, New York.  She is a recipient of two fellowships to the MacDowell Colony.

“All of my work flows from my response to Genesis.  My personal visual vocabulary evolves from my struggle with the disparate and competing dynamics of space, light and darkness”.

Susan Roth Beerman, LCSW-ACHP, is also a psychoanalyst. Her visual presentation and paper called “Dreams , Work and Creativity” was presented at the Conference “Conversations on Creativity” at the Westchester Center of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.