Image of faculty member, Suzanne Chamlin-Richer

Ms. Suzanne Chamlin-Richer

Associate Professor of Visual & Performing Arts
schamlin@fairfield.edu
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SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, Louisiana, 2009
  • Southern Vermont Art Center, Manchester, Vermont, 2009
  • The Walsh Gallery, Suzanne Chamlin: Landscape and Other Views. The Quick Center for the Arts. Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut. 2007
  • Edward Williams Gallery, Fields and Farms,Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hackensack, N.J., 2006

 

THREE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

  • Seton Gallery, Dodd's Hall, University of New Haven, Chamlin, Coash, Creyts: Painters' Projects West Haven, Connecticut, 2007

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, 2008 National Juried Competition: Works of Art On Paper, Loveladies, N.J. 2008
  • Siena College, Contemporary Womens' Art Show from F.A.M.L.I. Collection, Yates Gallery, Standish Library, Loudenville, N.Y., 2008
  • Sideshow Gallery, Peace, Brooklyn, New York, 2008
  • The 'temporary Museum of Art, The Face, Brooklyn, New York, 2008
  • The 'temporary Museum of Art, Impermanent Collection V, Brooklyn, New York, 2007
  • Alexandria Museum of Art, 20th September Competition, Alexandria, Louisiana, 2007
  • Southern Vermont Art Center, 51st National Fall Open Exhibition, Manchester, VT 2007
  • Sideshow Gallery, The War is Over.....Again! Brooklyn, New York 2007
  • Holland Tunnel Gallery, Blast, Brooklyn, New York 2007

PUBLICATIONS - REVEWS/ARTICLES ABOUT EXHIBITIONS

  • James Kalm, Brooklyn Dispatches: An Unobstructed View, The Brooklyn Rail, Critical Perspectives on Arts, Politics and Culture, November 2007, page 44
  • Patrick Quinn, In the Field, Artist who Braves Hazards of Great Outdoors Featured in Fairfield University Exhibition. Leisure Accent, Connecticut Post, April 10, 2007

PUBLICATIONS - ONLINE REVIEWS ABOUT EXHIBITIONS

  • Column of Art Criticism #73 by Piri Halasz, From the Mayors Doorsteps. Sideshow Gallery The War is Over.....Again!