Bio

A Connecticut native (b.1961), Stone earned her B.A. from Colby College and M.A. in French from NYU. Since 2012, she has been a participant in the photography workshops of Sandi Haber Fifield in CT and NYC. Stone pays tribute to imperfection and impermanence through her practice that includes driving around Connecticut, or various travel destinations, trawling for things to capture in neglected or beat-up spaces that most would rather not bother to explore. From these, she often hauls items to different sites, or back to her studio, to work with them sculpturally and again photographically.

Resume

Kris Graves Projects - Selected for inclusion in +KPG photobook “On Death,” released October 2019

Lenscratch, fine art photography daily (March 13, 2019)

Front feature: http://lenscratch.com/2019/03/sue-stone-embodiment-salvaging-a-self/

Humble Arts Foundation (February 2019)

Stories and Interviews: http://hafny.org/blog/2019/2/sue-palmer-stone-uses-sculpture-and-self-portraiture-to-process-a-mysterious-diagnosis

Numerology (online exhibit, January 2019)

PhotoPlace Gallery

   Still Life: Elevating the Mundane (2018) - juror Kimberly Witham

   Environmental Portraits (2018) - juror Elizabeth Avedon

   Composed (2017) -  juror Sam Abell

Vermont Center for Photography- photo book exhibit (2017) - juror Henry Horenstein

Sohn Fine Art Gallery - First Prize, Annual Photography Exhibition (2016)

Carriage Barn Arts Center, annual juried photography exhibit (2017, 2016, 2015, 2014)

Ridgefield Guild of Artists, annual juried photography exhibit (2012) 

Her work is held in several private collections.