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Susan Morrison-Dyke




Beginning in 1979, Susan Morrison’s work was exhibited extensively throughout New England and given high visibility in Boston’s 1980s “cutting edge” art scene. After two decades in Boston and New York, Susan relocated to her native Oklahoma where she was active in statewide public art commissions, exhibitions and teaching residencies before returning to Boston in 2020.

Artist Statement

Susan’s work finds inspiration in the spiritual geometry of ancient art, design and abstraction of mid-century modern and the fresh inventiveness of cubism. She is an accomplished figurative and abstract painter, often constructing her paintings within a grid-like structure and including architectural and figurative elements.

Gallery Affiliations

Nault Gallery, Oklahoma City
Cohn Drennan Gallery, Dallas

Professional Affiliations

Exhibitions include:
The Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston), The Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), The Aldrich Museum, Harvard University, Danforth Museum, Berkshire Museum, Provincetown Art Museum, Brockton Museum, Tufts University, University of Wisconsin, Wake Forest University, University of Southern Maine, Richard Green Gallery N.Y., Stux Gallery (New York and Boston), Mercer Street Gallery, Soho Center for Visual Artists, The Art Institute of Boston, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Oklahoma Contemporary


ARTS-In-TRANSIT New York City MTA Public Art Commission
OK Metropolitan Area Projects Public Art Commission
State of Oklahoma Capitol Bicentennial Mural, OK Arts Council Nominee
Berkshire Museum Painting Award/Patterson Sims, dir. whitney Museum
5th Year Traveling Scholarship Award SMFA
Alumni Traveling Fellowship Award SMFA
Artist-in-Resident for State of Oklahoma 2002-20
Vermont Studio Center Fellowship 1990 /2008
Louis B. Tiffany Foundation Grant Nominee, New York
Mass Council State Fellowship Finalist 1980

Artworks in Museums and Collections

The City of New York, MTA Transit Authority
The City of Oklahoma City, Public Art Acquisition
The Aldrich Museum
Massachusetts Transit Authority
Tufts University Art Collection
Massachusetts General Hospital
WCVB/TV Channel Five Television Boston
Fidelity Corporation
Prudential Insurance Corporation
Sage Laboratories, Natick MA
University of Oklahoma Health and Sciences Center
The Reynolds Foundation
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Oklahoma Governor’s Pavilion
OKC Office of The Mayor


Fridel Dzubas, Sandy Slone, Natalie Alper, Domingo Barrares


5th Year School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
BFA School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
Fine Arts Diploma SMFA and The Boston Art Institute