Suzy Kopf

Suzy Kopf

Director of Sales and Marketing and Staff Writer

Suzy Kopf is a Baltimore based artist, writer and college educator. She graduated from The New School University with a BFA in Fine Arts from Parsons and a BA in Art History from Eugene Lang College. She holds an MFA in Studio Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art. The recipient of numerous residency fellowships and research grants, she was the co-founder of the Gowanus Swim Society, a Brooklyn, NY based art collective. She regularly leads workshops and lectures on professional development for artists. In 2021 she will have work in several group shows in Baltimore, Washington, DC and New York. She is represented by Dwell Fine Art & Craft. You can email her with distribution requests, ideas for collaborative partnerships, event sponsorships, and opportunities to work with us at Suzy@bmoreart.com.

Stories by Suzy Kopf
There is a feedback loop between Bill Schmidt's studio and his visual world, where mysterious shapes take on greater significance

Schmidt works at a tiny scale so that viewers to have to get close to his paintings, to have an intimate and “one-on-one relationship with the surfaces.''

Mann’s wall-sized collages and installations rework and play with her own life and history, visually summarizing the collision of her upbringing

Mann simultaneously combines Eastern and Western influences, using extremely old mediums such as Sumi-e ink, invented in the first century AD in China, and contemporary ones such as Yupo paper, to create a synthesis that is personal and multi-faceted.

An integral part of Gatlin's process is to look at a big idea in different ways and consider it from every angle

"I identify as interdisciplinary and sometimes I even go as far as to say non-disciplinary because I have a craft and DIY background. I don't necessarily feel like discipline is the right word to use. I love materials and I love playing with something new, I think that’s the thing that pulls me."

Why the director of the performance series In the Stacks and curator at Hopkins' Lester S. Levy Sheet Music Collection wants you to listen to Classical music

"I’m inspired by these musicians that weren’t satisfied with the presenting platforms or ensembles that existed, so they just created new ones."