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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: portrait-notables, still life, figure

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The following, submitted May 2005, is from the artist.


Susan Goetz grew up studying still life painting with her father Richard V. Goetz and figure painting and drawing with her mother, Edith Day Goetz. Today her canvasses combine her long-standing interest in still-life painting with an equally avid concern for portrait and figurative work.

Her studies continued in New York City at the Art Students League where her teachers included Frank Mason, protégé of Frank Vincent Dumond, David Leffel and sculptor Sidney Simon. Goetz spent summers at the Cape School of Art in Provincetown, Massachusetts, where she was a pupil of Henry Henche, who taught the traditions of American Impressionist, Charles Hawthorne.

In 1980 Goetz traveled to Houston, Texas to train in the studio of renowned Hungarian portrait painter, Lajos Markos.

Goetz's still lives, portraits and landscapes have been included in many national exhibits including the Hudson Valley Artists Association, The Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Society and the Audubon Artists. Recipient of the Salmagundi Club Award for portraiture, Goetz also received the prestigious Isabel Steinschneider memorial Award at the Hudson Valley Artists Association and best in show from the Orange County Arts Councils Annual Open Exhibition in 1995. In 2004 Goetz won the Award of Distinction at the Contemporary Portrait exhibition in Rye, New York.

The Artist is a member of the Hudson Valley Artists Association, The American Society of Portrait Artists and The Art Students League of New York.

Goetz's work is included in a number of distinguished collections. Particularly noted for her portraits, Goetz was commissioned by West Point's class of 1931 to paint past and present recipients of the Sylvanus Thayer Award. On permanent display at Lee Hall are 43 portraits already completed by Goetz including paintings of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, President Ronald Regan, President George Bush, Chief Justice Warren Berger, General Colin Powell, Dr. Henry Kissinger and Congresswoman Barbara Jordan. Goetz's most recent addition to this body of work is a portrait of Sen. Bob Dole, recipient of the Thayer award for 2004.

In 1987 Goetz traveled to Washington D.C. to meet with and paint Senator Barry Goldwater, that years Thayer Award winner. The working sketch of that portrait is now in the collection of the Arizona Historical Foundation.

In both still-life and portrait painting Susan Goetz strives to capture the atmospheric effect of light. As a collector of 19th-century antiques, she strives to create a mood reminiscent of that romantic era.

Goetz is married to landscape painter Robert Schneider. They live in an historic Cooperstown, New York home with their fourteen-year-old son, Philip.




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