The relationship of sun, shadow, and time runs through the work of Susan Walsh. In her Marking Time series of photographs, she captures the precise and evocative intersection of an object (thread), the sun, and a sheet of white paper. She compares the photographs to drawings: “The sun draws delicate shadow lines in collaboration with my random placement of thread. Each piece depicts one moment in time, when the sinking winter sun creates long shadows…” Other works include sculptures composed of wood panels, paint, graphite, and nails that loosely reference sundials. In 2014, Walsh’s work was the subject of a solo exhibition at Matteawan Gallery. She has been included in group shows at Plan B Evolving Arts in Santa Fe, NM; the Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY; and KUBE, Beacon, NY. In 2013, she was a resident artist at DRAWinternational in Caylus, France, where she created a site-specific installation. Walsh received an MFA in photography from the University of Illinois, Chicago, IL. She lives in Beacon, NY.