Sue Schneider currently lives and works in Birmingham, MI. Exploring themes of personal and geographic history by incorporating annealed steel wire and found and repurposed objects, she creates mixed-media constructions and tapestries of layered and textured aluminum screen.
Since earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Kansas City Art Institute, Sue has exhibited her multidisciplinary work in solo, juried and group shows including: The Scarab Club, Detroit, MI; Carr Center Gallery, Detroit, MI; Anton Art Center, Mt. Clemons, MI; The Art of Custom Framing, Troy, MI; Art Prize 7, DeVos Center, Grand Rapids, MI; Studio Around the Corner, Brewster, NY; Natalini Gallery, Chicago, IL; Rizzoli, New York, New York; Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Sedona, AZ, and Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, MO.
The DeVos Center in Grand Rapids, MI, was the location for Sue’s installation of five pieces during Art Prize 7 in 2015. She has been represented by the Lynn McAllister Gallery in Seattle, WA, where her work was exhibited in one-person and group shows. Three commissioned pieces are on display in the Tempe (Arizona) City Courts Building.
Michigan XLVI – Annual Competition, January 26-Feb 21, 2019, George N’Namdi, Juror, Anton Art Center, Mount Clemens, MI, 1st Place Award
105th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition, Dominique Chastenet deGéry, Juror, The Scarab Club, November 21, 2018-January 5, 2019, 3rd Place Award
Seven Deadly Sins, “Lust”- October 30-December 6, 2018, AtomArt Gallery, Ferndale, MI
[UNDER] – Jeanne Bieri, Juror, The Scarab Club, Detroit, MI, May 25-July 7, 2018
“Thrown Together” – Group exhibition Co-curated with Andrea Rosenfeld, March 15-April 16, 2018
“Women” – 7th Annual Exhibition and Workshop, March 7- April 26, 2018, Carr Center, Detroit, MI
Michigan XLV – Annual Competition, February, 2018, Anton Art Center, Mount Clemens, MI
“Reconstruction” – Solo exhibit, The Art of Custom Framing, June, 2017, Troy, MI