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    • Susan Hardy
    • Landscapes at Noon Series I-IV 2015
    • pochoir: 4 x 16 inches each
    • Susan Hardy
    • Pochoir Road Series at Dusk I-V 2016
    • pochoir: 14 x 16 inches
    • Susan Hardy
    • Road Series I-V 2015
    • walnut ink on Arches with pochoir: 4 x 16 inches each
    • Susan Hardy
    • Bright Islands Series I-IV 2016
    • pochoir: 4 x 16 inches each
    • Susan Hardy
    • Island Series I-V 2015
    • walnut ink on Arches with pochoir: 4 x 16 inches each
    • Susan Hardy
    • Middle Passage I 2015
    • intaglio solar print on used tea bags: 15 x 15 inches
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    • Susan Hardy
    • Middle Passage II 2015
    • intaglio solar print on used tea bags: 15 x 15 inches
    • Susan Hardy
    • Drum Series I-III 2015
    • intaglio solar print on used tea bags: 9 x 9 inches each
    • Susan Hardy
    • Market Place Series 1-4 2015
    • intaglio solar prints on used tea bags: 15 x 15 inches each
    • Susan Hardy
    • Tea Bags I-VIII 2012
    • natural dye on tea paper: 9 x 9 inches each
    • Susan Hardy
    • Lahave Islands 1,2,3,6,7,9 2014
    • mixed media on yupo paper; acrylic, walnut ink overlaid with gouache pochoir print: 14 x 11 inches each
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Susan Hardy

American, b. 1950

Susan Hardy’s prints and paintings are inspired by natural environments around the world. Using a series of technical processes including pochoir, solar plate etching, drawing and painting, the works examine horizons and roads as well as nuances of texture within the landscape. In earlier work, Hardy was influenced by her involvement with human rights projects in Africa. The artist has helped to set up art programs in refugee camps sponsored by UNICEF and is the co-author of a book entitled Our People O, stories of Nigerian citizens, funded by The Ford Foundation.

Susan Hardy attended the Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC, and the American University, Washington, DC. Hardy graduated magna cum laude in 1974 from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore.

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    Susan Hardy at the John D. Rockefeller Library, Brown University - 2015-02-25 02.01.16

    Susan Hardy in Turner Prize National Print Competition and Exhibition - Slide07
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