Sue McNally has lived most of her life in New England.  She currently lives and works in Rhode Island and rural southeast Utah. 

1994  Savannah College of Art and Design, MFA 
1990  University of Rhode Island, BFA

Awards, Fellowships, Visiting Artist
2019  McCanna House Artist-in- Residence, North Dakota Museum of Art, McCanna, ND
2018  Tamarind Institute: Invited Artist collaborating with Student Printers and Master Printer Brandon Gunn  
2018  Carrizozo Colony Artist-in-Residence, Carrizozo, NM   
2017  Crater Lake National Park Artist in Residence, OR
2017  Scripps College, The Women's College, Visiting Artist, Claremont, CA
2016  Maryland Institute College of Art, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting Visiting Artist 
2015  Two Coats of Paint Residency, Brooklyn, NY
2015  Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, Fellowship Merit Award in Drawing and Printmaking
2012  Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, Professional Artist Development Grant 
2011  Rhode Island State Council on the Arts , Fellowship Award in Drawing and Printmaking 
2010  Ucross Foundation, Ucross, WY 
2001  Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY 
1998  Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT 

Tamarind Institute Archive , Albuquerque, NM
RISD Museum, Providence, RI 
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI
Wellington Management Corporate Art Collection, Boston, MA
Fidelity Investment Corporate Collection, Boston, MA 

2021  Two person exhibition, details TBD Spring 2021, North Dakota Museum of Art with Christopher Benson
2020  Fruitlands Museum, Harvard, MA  (Covid 19 delay, Opening Sept 5)
2018  This Land Is My Land, Fort Collins Museum of Art, Fort Collins, CO
2017  Across The Land And Sea, Drive-by Projects, Watertown, MA
2015  No Better Friend, AS220, Providence, RI,
2014  Middle Ass Bad Age, Auxiliary Projects, Brooklyn, NY
2013  Do What You Must Do, Hamilton Gallery, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI
2012  GREEN SPACE, T.F. Green Airport, Warwick, RI: Program funded by RISCA
2010  Armchair Traveler, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Watermill, NY
2009  Picture Paradise, Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI

Group Exhibitions 
2019  Uncover: Altered Books, Paper Nautilus, Providence, RI
2019  Framingham State College, About Face, Details TBD
2017  La Grua Center with Allison Gildersleeve, Stonington, CT
2017  Infrastructure: Land, Mind, Country Artists from the Two Coats of Paint Residency Program
          Seminar Gallery, AICAD, curated by Sharon Butler and Rachel Farber
2015 Land Ho!, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA 
2015  Improvised Showboat, Providence, RI
2015 RISCA Fellowship Exhibition, Hamilton Gallery, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI 
2014 Transcendent Landscapes,  Drive-by Projects, Boston, MA
2014 The Land Has Many Parts, Jane Deering Gallery,  Santa Barbara, CA
2013 Locally Made  Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
2013 Strange Landscapes, One Mile Gallery, Kingston, NY
2012 Time Flies/Two years at Drive-By,  BK Art Projects, Boston, MA
2011 What’s Out There, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Watermill, NY 
2011 13th Annual Fidelity Investments Invitational, Providence Art Club, Providence, RI 
2011 RISCA Fellowship Exhibition, ACGOW, Westerly, RI 
2011  Scenery, Drive-By, BK Art Projects, Boston, MA 
2010  Ucross: 26 Years of Visual Art Exhibitions, Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY 
2010  Behind the Green Door, DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA 
2010  Extreme Scale, Providence Art Club, Providence, RI 
2010  Natural Reaction, Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY 
2010  Winter Wonderland, Curated by Beth Kantrowitz and Kathleen O’Hara 
2009  Nature/Artifice: Contemporary Works from the Collection, RISD Museum         

2016   “How I Get By: The Lives of Five American Artists”, By Ryan Steadman, Observer, April 16
2015   "Progressive, Provocative Landscapes on View at Fitchburg", by Cate McQuaid, Boston
               Globe, November 11, 2015
           "Fitchburg Art Museum Combines Traditional Landscapes with Contemporary Works", by
               Nancy Sheehan, Worcester Telegram, October 2, 2015
           "Fitchburg Pairs Historical with Contemporary", Donna Dodson, Artscope Magazine,  
              Oct/Nov  2015
           "This Week's Must See Events: We're Throwing a Post-Apocalyptic Dance Party", By Paddy
             Johnson and Micheal Anthonty Farley,, October 19, 2015
           "Studio Visit With Sue McNally", by Sharon Butler, Two Coats of Paint, August 28th, 2015
2014   "David X. Levine Mines Nostalgia for 'John Surette' Show", by Cate McQuaid, Boston  
              Globe, October 8, 2014
           "Chasing a Dream and an Unalloyed Ethos, A Critic's Picks in Brooklyn, an Embattled
             Utopia" by Martha Schwendener, New York Times, April 3, 2014
           "This Weeks Must-See Art Events: Free Chili" by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball,
    , March 17, 2014
           "Studio Visit, Sue McNally" by Doug Norris, Art New England, May/June 2014
2009   "Picture Paradise: Paintings by Sue McNally" by Doug Norris, Art New England,
                September 20

Sue McNally has lived most of her life in New England.  She currently lives and works in Newport, RI and rural southeast Utah.