Susan Gillette grew up in Woodstock and Rhinebeck, New York, in the 1960s. Born to a college professor, she was surrounded by culture and the beauty of the Hudson River Valley and Manhattan. Susan received her Bachelor of Fine Art from SUNY at Purchase, New York, under the tutelage of Antonio Frasconi and Murray Zimiles. She continued on to the School of Visual Arts for her Masters and Art Education degrees. Her education was punctuated by employment at many magazines as an illustrator. After teaching art at Washington Irving High School in lower Manhattan and Saint Mary’s Grade School in Yonkers, New York, she moved to Phoenix Arizona. Once in Phoenix she was hired as a printmaker/designer at Phoenix Art Group until she branched out on her own in 1997. Since that time her work has been offered through galleries in LA, Seattle, Kansas City, Phoenix, New York, Georgia, Canada, and the UK. Susan has worked in multiple mediums often combining printmaking, collage, and painting. Her work ranges in size from 4“ x 4“ to 8‘ x 12‘. Susan currently resides in Scottsdale Arizona with her husband. They enjoy traveling and outdoor activities. Susan’s Art is published under many different names for copyrighting and publishing purposes: Tony Wire, Susan Lorello, Susan Conti, Madeline Morris, amongst others. Collectors include: Barbara Streisand, Magic Johnson, Khloe Kardashian, Dave Mustaine, Adrienne Vittadini, Queen Latifa, and thousands more wonderful people.