is a painter. MFA School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She combines art making with the practice of marveling and non-duality. Sue has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Harshaw Creek, Arizona; Steamboat Springs Mixed Media Painting School; and Lill Street Studios in Chicago. Her exhibitions include Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art; Boulder Public Library; Leady Art Center, Kansas City; Beacon Street Gallery, Chicago; and University of Notre Dame Isis Gallery. Sue’s first book She, A Blueprint (BlazeVOX, 2011) with poetry by Michelle Naka Pierce is a text/image collaboration; other publications include Inquiring Mind, Shambhala Times, Not Enough Night, Sous Rature, Foursquare, and Mandorla. She has received awards from the NEA, the Indiana Arts Commission, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, Sue is professor of Visual Arts at Naropa University. Her painting practice is influenced by training, 7 years, with Enrique Martinez Celaya. From a philosophical stance, Sue investigates consciousness, and how to infuse art with a perceptible presence.