Suzanne Altman, B.F.A., Tyler School of Art, Master’s in Art Education, Pace University, has taught art and art history in public and private schools. She lectures on art history at many venues in the Hudson Valley and New Jersey. Suzanne is also a painter who works and teaches out of her studio in Ossining. Her works have been widely exhibited.
2.1.1Z Envisioning America: How Artists Have Pictured the Country from the Revolution to the Social Justice Movements of the 20th Century
We will explore distinct eras of American History including the Revolutionary period, the western Expansion, the Civil War, the World Wars, the Great Depression, and the Social Movements of the mid- to late 20th Century, as seen by such artists as Gilbert Stuart, Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer, Jacob Lawrence, and Judy Chicago. NEW!