Susan Larkin

Susan Larkin is a landscape painter who makes her home in the Lake Champlain Islands of Vermont.  She works in oil and pastel and has painted for over 10 years.  Before working as a painter, she worked in clay, producing Raku Pottery vessels. 

Susan holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Maine College of Art and a Masters of Art in Teaching degree from Bennington College. She has taught art at many age levels, from preschoolers to adults, and currently offers painting and drawing workshops and classes from her studio in Isle La Motte, Vermont.  She is represented by the Bryan Memorial Gallery in Jeffersonville, Vermont, The Woodstock Gallery in Woodstock, Vermont, and the Edgewater Gallery in Middlebury Vermont.

Larkin.The Weight of Air.oil on canvas.36in.x 48in.JPG
Larkin.Orange Afternoon.oil on linen, 20in. x 16in.JPG
Larkin.Late Afternoon, Fisk Quarry.oil on linen panel.12in. x 16in.JPG
Larkin.Jericho Beaver Pond.oil on canvas.24in. x30in.JPG
Larkin, Catbird Morning, oil on linen, 8in x 10.JPG