Thursday, November 19, 2020

 Group Show

Line into Space

Museum of Fine Arts/Houston

Nancy and Rich Kinder Building 

November 21, 2020- December 31, 2021

Apparition #1, 1986, 40x30in (101x76cm), silverpoint, acrylic on Bristol board

Sunday, July 7, 2019

Group Show

Pushing Paper: 
Contemporary Drawing from 1970's to Now

12 September 2019 – 12 January 2020 

The British Museum, London 

The exhibition of drawings from the museum collection
will travel to Durham, Swansea, 
Stromness and Barnsley to highlight collections
 of works on paper nationally. 
There will also be an accompanying book, 
published by Thames and Hudson.

Untitled, 1980
Metalpoint with graphite and burn marks on
prepared paper
Each 150 × 11.05 mm (6 × 4 ½ in.)

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Two-person show

Susan Schwalb & Caroline Kryzecki 

May 1 - June 1, 2019
Reception: May 8, 6-9pm

Patrick Heide Contemporary Arts
11 Church Street, London NW8 8EE England
+44 (0)20 7724 5548
Convergence II, 2018, 24x24x2in, silverpoint, navy blue gesso on paper on panel

Saturday, September 8, 2018

new book

This is the first technique book on metalpoint and 
silverpoint drawing.
You can pre-order from the publisher or Amazon 
Available  Dec. 2018,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Group Show Silver Linings

Silver Linings:
Contemporary Works in Silverpoint
May 22-July 29, 2018
Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, Mississippi

Aj Smith, Jeffery Lewis, Carol Prusa, Tom Mazzullo, Koo Schadler, Susan Schwalb
Intermezzo XXIII, 2015, 16x16x1.75in, silverpoint, black gesso on paper on wood 
Intermezzo XXIX, 2017. 16x16x2.5in, silver/goldpoint, graphite, cerulean blue gesso on panel

Monday, February 12, 2018

Retrospective- solo show

         A Luminous Line: Forty Years of Metalpoint Drawings 
by Susan Schwalb 
February 2, 2018 – April 29, 2018

Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Lecture by the artist: March 8, 2018  6pm

This exhibition surveys the career of an artist who is crucial in reviving and 
redefining the ancient media of silverpoint and drawing with other metals. 
Schwalb has taken these traditional Renaissance media into the 
into the realm of abstraction, while retaining their beauty and serenity.