Influenced by time spent in Europe, Susan Nichter often creates paintings that contain elements of architecture and narrative. Her brightly colored pieces tell stories that are rooted in the artist’s observation of global issues. Her paintings read like narratives and hold the viewer’s attention through their mysterious and intriguing stories.
A Tenured Full Professor at Suffolk University where she teaches at NESAD and Creativity and Innovation courses. Susan Nichter is graduate of Boston University (MFA), and has pieces in numerous collections, including The Harvard Company, Fidelity Investments, J. Makowski Company and Graham Nash. She also has taught at Wellesley College and the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI.