Susan Lisbin, b. 1948, studied at the School of Fine and Applied Arts at Boston University and Ramapo College, and earned a master’s degree in painting at Montclair State University.
Lisbin’s mixed media work articulates her deepest thoughts about relationships, and to allow honest and unexpected insights to take visual form. She explores the nuances in communication and how individuals influence each other. Her work brings attention to the subtleties of dependence, independence and codependence that play within relationships through drawing, painting, collage, and sculpture.
Lisbin has exhibited extensively in both solo and group shows in New York and New Jersey, including a solo exhibition at Ben Shahn Gallery at William Paterson University, M13 Project Room in New York, and the Old Stone Cultural Center in New Jersey, In addition to having work in several private collections, she was recognized in 2005, with a fellowship to attend the Vermont Studio Center.