- Adjunct Professorial Lecturer of Sculpture
Suzi Fox is a sculptor based in Northern Virginia. She has exhibited in several national and regional exhibitions. Her work uses process as the primary means for generating form and the potential play of meaning.
Through manipulations such as carving, weaving and twisting materials she begins to understand the direction to pursue for a sculpture. She has taught a range of courses at several universities including 2D-Design/3D-Design/Sculpture at The George Washington University, Sculpture at American University, Color Theory/Drawing I at the College of Southern Maryland, 3D-Design at Edinboro University, Intermediate and Advanced Sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University and Drawing I/Sculpture I, at University of Virginia.
Current Outside Position & Exhibitions
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer Sculpture, American University
Exhibition, Black Rock Arts Center, Fall 2017
‘Stitch‘: Getting Right to the Point, The Washington Post
Everyday Materials Shape up into a Grand Bargain, The Washington Post
Art of ideas at GRACE, Fairfax Times
STITCH Catalogue, Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, Virginia
Fall Solos Catalogue, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
Artist of the Mohawk Hudson Region Juried Exhibition Catalogue, SUNY Albany, New York
BFA in Scuplture, Virginia Commonwealth University
MFA in Sculpture, Rhode Island School of Design