Suzy González is an artist, curator, zinester, educator, and community organizer based in San Antonio, Texas. Giving attention to the origins of both food and art materials, she analyzes what it means to decolonize art and art history. She has had solo exhibits at Presa House Gallery, Hello Studio, Palo Alto College, and a recent two-person exhibit with Eliseo Casiano at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi. She has attended residencies at Vermont Studio Center (VT), the Trelex Residency (Peru), The Wassaic Residency (NY), Starry Night Residency (NM), the Studios at MASS MoCA (MA), and Hello Studio (TX). Suzy co-publishes Yes, Ma’am zine, co-organizes the San Anto Zine Fest, and is half of the collective Dos Mestizx. She received a 2017 National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) Fund for the Arts Grant, is a 2018 alum of the NALAC Leadership Institute, and a 2019 alum of the Intercultural Leadership Institute and NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program. Suzy holds an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, a BFA from Texas State University, and is an Adjunct Professor at Our Lady of the Lake University.
The cover art (40″ x 30″) is made of Acrylic, dyed corn husks, and oil on canvas from 2020.