Susan Richman worked as a commercial photographer in NYC before evolving into an artist and educator. Her award winning, nationally exhibited photographs have appeared in numerous magazines, publications, and exhibitions.
She is best known for her use of light, color, and shapes to create abstractions that blur the lines between painting and photography. Richman's distinct photographs include landscapes, nudes, and sculptural objects that she constructs. She is presently a teacher at The International Center for Photography in NYC and is a member of the Upstream Gallery in Hastings on Hudson, NY.
Her work this year has won awards from New York Center For Photographic Art, the Soho Photo Gallery, and Create Magazine to name a few. In 2019 her work was featured in The New York Times and The Washington Post in an article authored by Kim Cook titled Elements Provide Inspiration at Architectural Digest Show.
Frozen Moments, Single Shot Show
Manhattan TV, vol Originally aired on No#5 P.M. July 22nd, 2019
Kim Cook: Elements Provide Inspiration at Architectural Digest Show
AP, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Fox Business News, APNews.com, Foxbusinessnews.com, NWITimes.com, https://www.journalnow.com, March 2019 - Kim Cook March 30, 2019
Art Of Collage
Art Of Collage: Nancy Nikkal, vol 1 No#1 October 2018
Jackie Lupo: Photographer Captures Grandeur of Derelict Buildings
The Rivertowns Enterprise, vol 40 No#33 November 2015
The Gallery Scene: Susan Richman
Blogfinger.net, Posted By Paul Goldfinger, October, 2017 On Line
Hillari Graff: Richman’s Photos Yield “Unnatural Beauty”
The Rivertowns Enterprise, vol 39 No#2 April 2014