Mary Susan Savage-Neuman Edit Profile
Student, University de Mediterranee, Nice, France, 1965; Bachelor, Lake Erie College, 1966; postgraduate, Western New England Law College, 1967-1968.
Assistant to administrator, Mayor' General’ s Office of Public Svc., Boston, 1968-1970;
director art rental gallery, Institute Contemporary Art, Boston, 1970-1971;
art consultant, Circuit Art Gallery, Boston, 1971-1975;
director, owner, Sunne Savage Gallery, Boston, 1975-1983;
private art dealer, Sunne Savage Gallery, Winchester, Massachusetts, since 1983. Fine arts project coordinator Park Meadow, Denver, Belluschi Architects, Chicago. Curator of Herbert W. Plimpton Collection, 1976-1980, Wingspread Gallery, Northeast Harbor, Maine, since 1990.
Conceptual advisor to Monumenta Exhibit, Newport, Rhode Island, 1974. Initiated various art shows including Rose Art Museum, Waltham, Massachusetts, Oakland Museum Art, California. Represents various 20th century American and European artists.
Conservation chair Winchester (Massachusetts) Home & Garden, 1994-1996, program chair, since 1998. Active Fogg Museum, Harvard University, since 1985, Museum Fine Arts Boston, since 1985, Gore Place, Waltham, Massachusetts, since 1990, Historic Deerfield, Massachusetts, since 1990. Program committee St. Mark's School Parents Association, 1996-1997.
President council Wheaton College, since 2000. Member Portland Museum Art, since 2000, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, since 2000, Worcester (Massachusetts) Art Museum, 2002, Colby Art Museum, Waterville, Maine, since 2000. Patron Museum Fine Arts, Boston, since 2001.
Member Archives of America Art (co-chair state street benefit 1989, vice chair art fair 1990, co-chair art libr 1992), William Farnsworth Library. and Art Museum (Rockland, Maine), Museum Modern Art (New York City), Metropolitan Museum Modern Art, Guggenheim Museum.
Married Robert Sterling Neuman, June 3, 1979. 1 child, Christina Mary Savage Neuman.