Working with a variety of mediums such as drawing, photography and printmaking, Susanna Gaunt analyzes the human condition through a philosophical and scientific lens. Inspired by historic European curiosity cabinets, natural history museums and personal specimen collections, she tangles human anatomy with animal taxonomy, creating works that encourage curiosity and reflection.
A recent graduate from the University of Minnesota Duluth, Susanna received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, Drawing and Printmaking. She also holds a BA degree in Philosophy from Boston College. Susanna has exhibited her work in galleries and museums throughout the country. Regionally, this includes the Duluth Art Institute, Tweed Art Museum and Prøve Gallery in Duluth, as well as Altered Aesthetics and Minnesota Center for the Book Arts in Minneapolis and the Janet Carson Gallery in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Her work has been published in literary journals and trade publications, such as Permafrost and View Camera Magazine. Susanna Gaunt lives and works in Duluth, MN.