Suzanne Williamson is an award-winning photographic artist whose evocative work in
the landscape has been exhibited nationally in solo and group exhibitions. This past year
the Appleton Museum in Ocala mounted Shadow & Reflection, her photographic
installation created with writer John Capouya that re-envisions Florida's Native American
ceremonial sites in words and images. The exhibition was first shown in 2011 at the
Morean Arts Center in St. Petersburg.
Suzanne’s photographs are in a number of museum and private collections, including
the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris. Awards include
multiple fellowships to MacDowell and Yaddo art colonies and Florida Creative Capital
workshop grants. Her pictures have been published in such outlets ARTnews, Arts
Magazine and the Tampa Bay Times. Williamson studied photography at SUNY, College
at Purchase and at the International Center of Photography. During her professional
career in New York City, she was the Photo Editor of ARTnews, directed photography
galleries and managed a private contemporary photography collection. Currently working
in the curatorial department at the Tampa Museum of Art, she continues to provide
marketing, PR to individual clients in Tampa and New York City.
Publication: Julie Garisto, “Florida’s Native Past in Words and Images,” 09/05/2018,
Creative Pinellas magazine.