Susan Marsh has created art from an early age, beginning with pen and ink drawing and woodcut relief printing. Later pursuits include ink wash, sumi-e and watercolor. While loving the transparency of that medium she also appreciates the flexibility, durability and intensity of oils and pastels. She is also a photographer, and has created a collection of overlays and collages.
An active member of the Jackson Hole Art Association and Teton Plein Air Painters, her work has been shown at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts, Teton County Library, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and other venues.
Juried shows that she has participated in include Co-existence with Wildlife (NMWA, 2018), Above the Clouds: Art of the Alpine (NMWA, 2022), Jackson Hole Public Art’s Wild Walls project (2022) and NMWA’s Plein Air Fest (2022).
She has published books which feature photography and artwork, including The Wild Wyoming Range (co-edited with Ronald Chilcote), Cache Creek: A Trailside Guide to Jackson Hole’s Backyard Wilderness, and Saving Wyoming’s Hoback (co-authored with Florence Shepard).