Susan Leshnoff works in acrylic and watercolor. Her recent paintings use nature as a subject, concentrating on visions of the sky and its spiritual interpretation. Her paintings have been included in a number of group exhibits in the tri-state area, including the Monmouth Museum, Kean University, and The College of St. Elizabeth, in New Jersey; the Da Vinci Art Alliance in Philadelphia; and the Pleiades Gallery in New York City. In Fall 2014 a solo exhibition of her Skyvisions Series? was shown at the Lederer Gallery in SUNY Geneseo.Susan is Associate Professor of Fine Arts at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ and former Chair of the Department of Art, Music and Design. She has degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, University of the Arts, and Columbia University.