Susan Obrant has been producing fine art for 30 years. Beginning her commercial career while still a student at Parson School of Design, she quickly established an enviable reputation as a superlative illustrator, garnering several prestigious honors, including:
* Grammy nomination for Best Album Cover, 1972
Ms. Obrant expanded her repertoire with the creation of pastels, colored pencils, and oils on canvas. Her self-education began with extensive examination of the works and visions of the masters of western and eastern art, including an invitation to review the archives of the Louvre. Her compositions and techniques are often compared to the works of El Greco, Van Gogh, Goya, Botticelli, and many others.
Major exhibitions and recognition for Ms. Obrant’s work include:
* Hudson River Museum, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, 1976
Permanent museum collections include:
* Palace Museum, Knights of Malta, The Isle of Malta, 1993
Private collections include:
* Countess Ulrike von Heisermann und von de Goltz, Berlin,
Published folios, by Fine Arts Publishers, Ltd., London, England, include:
* "Visions and Voices of Westchester", 1997
"You have created timeless works of art that belong in
"This is totally accomplished work, you can have a show
"Your draughtsmanship is exceeded only by your vision"