SUSAN PULLMAN-BROOKS is an award-winning painter. Her sculptural work incorporates wood, metal, and bone culled from a lifelong collection of tens of thousands of objects from around the world. Regular visits to India keep that inventory growing and nourish her curiosities for Indo-European mythologies, incorporating South Asian, Scandinavian, and Celtic influences.
Susan was featured in Post Rochester magazine’s Fall 2016 cover story, which also offers multiple examples of her work and a more complete narrative of her inspirations. In spring 2017 her solo exhibition in Greenpoint, Brooklyn was reviewed very favorably by both South Asian Times and New Pulp City.
Since 2015, more than thirty of Susan’s sculptures have entered private collections, many as commissions. Susan currently has five sculptures at Donna Karan’s Urban Zen in Greenwich Village, New York.