Cambridge artists Susannah Robbins is exhibiting her work at CCTV's Karen Aqua Gallery through October 29, 2012.
"I have etchings in The Fogg Museum, The Smith College Museum of Art, and five etchings and monotypes and a plate in the Loeb Art Center at Vassar College. The Loeb Art Center is using my plate and prints to teach visitors about how etchings are made.
"I have had over thirty shows in the Boston and New York areas. I have works in the estates of Meyer Schapiro and Victor Weisskopf and in private collections in the U.S., Canada, and abroad.
"I have published a collection of poems and etchings, Amelie, and a collection of poems and illustrations, Lance, A Vietnam Vet; A Love Story, and have recently published a memoir, Earth, Air, Fire, and Water: A Memoir of the Sixties and Beyond, which has on its cover a double portrait in oil pastels that I did of my father and myself. My father was Herbert Robbins, a world famous mathematician., and my mother was an artist.
"I have recently had works in a groupshow in Chelsea, and the Boston Public Library is acquiring some prints.
"I studied with Louis Gippetti, Seymour Sommons. Patsy Cobb, David Campbell, Selma Bromberg, and Michael Phillips."