4773 Abargo Street, Woodland Hills, CA 91364
1985 University of California, Santa Cruz, Bachelor of Fine Arts
2012 Calabasas Fine Arts Festival, Calabasas CA
2006 Solo Exhibition, Tree of Life, Brazosport College, Jackson TX
2004 Where Spirit Meets Art, Bade Museum, Berkeley CA
2002 Calling All Angels, Harbor Square Gallery, Rockland ME
2001, 2002 Off Broadway, Annual Gallery Shows, Lawrence MA
2000 Solo Exhibition, Suzanne Simson at La Boniche, Lowell MA
1997 Solo Exhibition, Whistler House Museum of Art, Lowell MA
1996 Art In Bloom, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (floral interpretation
of structure by Sol LeWitt, in communication with the artist)
1990 – 1993 Solo Exhibitions, Semiannual Open Studio Shows
Chelsea Square, New York City
1998 Museum of Fine Arts Boston, “William and the Magic Ring”
MFA Press, Co-illustrated with Laura Robinson
Award: “Director's Choice,” Malcolm Rogers, Director
Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Prints and Drawings Department
Whistler House Museum of Art
Wisconsin State Capitol, Watercolor Commission
University of California, Santa Cruz, McHenry Library Collections
Works held in private collections in the United States, Canada, and Israel
“Faces in the Crowd: BC Reception Honors Guest Artist”
The Facts, September 3, 2006. 2C.
Jeannie Judge, “Suzanne Marie Simson”
Vyü Magazine, March 2001. Volume 2, Issue 3, 4.
Otto Peter Erbar, “Monotypes put modern spin on classic forms”
The Lowell Sun, May 25, 1997. 39.
Marguerite Lamb, “Painting for the health of it”
Boston University Today, January 16, 1995. 1.
Denise Franklin, “Calvary's 125 th inspires historical appreciation”
Santa Cruz Sentinel, June 9, 1989. E1.
Steve Schultze, “The Capitol as art”
Milwaukee Journal, March 10, 1986. Latest edition 1.
Susan Trebach, “Rotunda's ambiance inspires water colorist”
Milwaukee Sentinel, February 7, 1986.
Paul A. Rix, “Capitol captured on canvas”
Wisconsin State Journal, October 7, 1985. Section 4.
Lowell Telecommunications Corporation, Lowell MA, October 2000.