Susanah Howland is a natural science illustrator turned painter and print maker. She paints from observation, most often outdoors, making a particular effort of empathy and imagination to make sense of a landscape that is uniquely unpredictable and always surprising. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said, “Thinking is more interesting than knowing, but less interesting than looking.” As a painter, she is grateful for the opportunity to keep looking.

Her work can be found at the Sloane Merrill Gallery in Boston, MA, the Wright Gallery in Wilmington, Vermont, and the Concord Center for the Visual Arts in Concord, Ma.

She lives and works in Lincoln, MA.

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