Susan Hoffman Fishman is a painter, public artist and writer. Her work has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries throughout the US, including the Alternative Museum (NYC), Peabody Essex Museum (Salem, MA), Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art (Hartford, CT), William Benton Museum of Art (Storrs, CT), New Britain Museum of American Art, (New Britain, CT), Allegra Viola Gallery (NYC) the National Aquarium (Baltimore, MD) and many others. She has also received numerous grants, commissions and awards. Since 2011, all of her paintings, installations and drawings have focused on water and climate change. She has co-created a national, interactive public art project, The Wave, which addresses our mutual need for and interdependence on water and has inspired thousands of adults and children of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to protect this vital resource. Her most recent body of work calls attention to the growing number of rampikes along our shores – dead trees that have been exposed to salt water as a result of rising tides.