Susan Milner McCall is an award-winning artist who has exhibited in several regional art shows. Born in North Carolina and raised in the Northeast, she received a Bachelor of Science in Studio Art at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York.


 In addition to her own work, Susan is also a passionate educator. She has been an adjunct professor at King University, taught at the William King Regional Arts Center in their Art Express program (expanding the art programs of regional public elementary schools), and taught at the King Summer Scholar Program at King University. She has recently retired from Sullins Academy, where she taught art, art history, and encouraged the creativity of her students for 22 years. Susan is currently a member of the Women Painters of the South East (WPSE).


Susan works in a variety of media, primarily pastel and oil, and her current favorite subjects to paint and draw are dogs.