SUSAN SCHROTT PHOTO
Island artist, actress and psychotherapist Susan Schrott’s work of art, “Sun Faces,” was featured on the CBS Sunday Morning news show on Sunday, January 20.
“I am thrilled and honored to have my artwork linked to the late Carol Channing episode,” Ms. Schrott said. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO | The crew from the Shelter Island Fire Department with their stars, from left, Phil McEnroe, Max Pelletier, Andrew Crittenden, Ron Jernick, Susan Schrott, First Assistant Chief Anthony Reiter, William Rowlend, Tim King, and Herb Sherman Jr. (not present, Brian Lechmanski).
To show appreciation for the heroic efforts of Shelter Island and Sag Harbor firefighters in battling the December 16 Main Street fire in Sag Harbor, Island resident Susan Schrott and her family gathered over the holidays to create Stars of Hope for members of both fire departments. (more…)
PETER WALDNER PHOTO
At last week’s Friday Night Dialogues at the Shelter Island Library, a toothsome visitor dropped in as Roz Dimon, the library’s gallery curator, interviewed artists, such as a shocked Susan Schrott (standing), taking part in the upcoming ArtSi Open Studio Tour. (more…)
ANNETTE HINKLE PHOTO Roz Dimon, pictured in her studio, will moderate a panel discussion with three ArtSI artists on August 5.
In gearing up for the 2016 Artists of Shelter Island (ArtSI) Open Studio Tour, the library will dedicate its Friday Night Dialogue on August 5 to a moderated panel discussion with four of the artists. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO | Susan Schrott’s “Fiddler on the Couch.”
As a fiber and mixed media artist, Island resident Susan Schrott synthesizes her life experiences into deeply personal, yet uplifting images. Strong, joyful women appear in the majority of her work. She juxtaposes these works with a deep commitment to honoring and remembering those who perished in the Holocaust. (more…)