2014-2019Stone Drawing, A shallow carving in negative relief, cut from clipsham stone, occupying the internal and external west wall of the new Library and Study Centre at St John's College Oxford.
2012-2014Travertine Frieze, A shallow carving in negative relief cut in travertine marble forming the side wall to the main entrance at 40 Chancery Lane.
2008-2011Henslow's Walk, Stone engraving for Lecture Theatre Sainsbury Laboratory for the study of Plant Sciences, Cambridge Botanical Garden
2005-2008Roche, Facade for the House of Fraser in Cabot Circus, Bristol
2004-2007Still Point, A major external artwork in the lea of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool
2003-2006Aquaduct, A choreographic landscape work incorporating running water for the central space of The Brunswick Centre in Bloomsbury
2001-2003Side Street, A covered pedestrian passage linking Millbank to John Islip Street incorporating four vertical panels of slate with engravings. City Inn, Westminster.
2001-200236 Elements: Glass Wall, Sandblasted and etched glass wall and reflecting pool. Marunouchi Building at Tokyo Station, Tokyo
1998-2003Waterwindow, waterfall, window, copper wall and pool. Priory Place, Coventry
1995-1997Sunken Courtyard, Curved blue wall, boulder, tree, viewing platform, floating slate, underwater mosaic and reflecting pools. Hackney Community College London
1994-1995Island, A work in three parts along a path: island, submerged ellipse and boulder. British Embassy Dublin
1993-1995Slate Frieze, 23 rectangular slabs of engraved slate over a 21m length wall in the Council of the European Union, Brussels
2015Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2015, London
2012ArtsMine Contemporary Art in West Cornwall, Arts Council in collaboration with The National Trust, Godolphin House, Cornwall
2010Commission, Wallspace, London EC2
2006The Square Root of Drawing, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Dublin
2005Raised Awareness, Tate Modern, London
2005-2006February Moon, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool
2003Elements, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre
1992Shima: Island and Garden, An artists book of photographs and text. Published by Abson, London 1992
1992New Work: Sculpture and Photographs, Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall
1989Susanna Heron: New Sculpture and Drawings, Camden Arts Centre, London
1988Susanna Heron, The Showroom, London
1986Susanna Heron: Sculpture, Plymouth Arts Centre
1985Susanna Heron: Sculptures, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
2001Arts Foundation Fellowship
1999-2005RSA Art for Architecture. Project Artist for Arnolfini Gallery Capital Project, Bristol
1999Awarded hon FRIBA for contributions to architecture
1998RIBA Award. The Sunken Courtyard Hackney Community College.
1998Wapping Arts Trust, Site Specific Award: The Sunken Courtyard Hackney Community Collgege
1996RSA Art for Architecture Award. The Sunken Courtyard Hackney Community College.
1977Awarded United Kingdom / United States Bicentennial Arts Fellowship to travel and work in the USA for one year.
Abbott Hall Art Gallery and Museum, Kendal; Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum; Museum of Arts and Design, New York, United States of America; Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia; Arts Council Collection, London; Bristol City Art Galleries; Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Haverford West; Cleveland Museum; Crafts Council, London; Contemporary Arts Society, London; Darlington Art Gallery; East Midlands Arts, Loughborough; Goldsmiths’ Hall, London; Government Art Collection, London; Leeds City Art Galleries; Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art; The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Municipal van Reekummuseum, Apeldoorn, Netherlands; National Art Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; National Museum of Wales, Cardiff; National Portrait Gallery, London; Power House Museum, Sydney, Australia; Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh; Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; West Midlands Arts, Birmingham.
Susanna Heron born 1949 in Welwyn Garden City, grew up in Cornwall. Lives and works in East London.