Artist: Susan Makov 4 artifacts total
Susan Makov was born in New York State. She is a photographer, printmaker, and painter. She is a professor of art at Weber State University and lives in Salt Lake City.
Makov earned a BFA from Syracuse University in 1974, a diploma as a specialist printmaker from Brighton Polytechnic in England in 1975 and an MFA in printmaking and photography from the State University of New York, Buffalo in 1977.
Her work has been featured in national publications; among them are Margaret Atwood's Mourning for Cats, Ray Bradbury's My Cat Has Swallowed a Bumblebee, and Selling the Indian: Commercializing and Appropriating American Indian Culture. Makov's Bills and Pills (1982), a hand colored Echtachrome print, is featured in the Utah Museum of Fine Arts permanent collection.
Biography adapted from Artists of Utah.