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Susan Cantrell Power, American art educator. Research fellow D'Arcy McNickle Indian Center Newberry Library., Chicago, 1981; fellow Smith Cartography Center, Newberry Library., 1986; National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, Scotland, 1990. Member National Art Association.


Power, Susan Cantrell was born on May 21, 1944 in Toccoa, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Fleming Mitchell Power and Cantrell Holcomb.


Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Georgia, 1973. Master of Arts, University Georgia, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy, University Georgia, 1982.


Art consultant Northeast Georgia Northeast Georgia Cooperative Educational Service Agency, Winterville, 1978-1982. Director art and public relations Jackson County Board Education, Jefferson, Georgia, 1982-1984. State director arts and humanities Georgia Department Education, Atlanta, 1984-1988.

Owner Power Studios, Marietta, Georgia, 1988-1991. Assistant professor art Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, since 1991. Research associate The Lamar Institute, since 1989.

Board directors Georgia Endowment for Humanities, Atlanta, 1984-1988.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (handbook/manual) Southeast Indians - Art and Culture, 1982, (handbook) Georgia Artists - State Collection, 1982. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Regular ceremonies enable people to open themselves to God more fully. They help people to hear God's offer and challenge ever more deeply, and to allow God to prompt and enable them to respond.


Christians should exercise vigorously their responsibilities to participate in the political process by registering to vote, educating themselves about the issues, and voting according to their biblical beliefs, convictions, and values.


Christianity is not merely a list or rules of what one can and cannot do, but rather a means to develop a close relationship with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit.


Member National Art Association.


Married Charles William Dubie, June 14, 1964 (divorced 1972). Children: Charles William Jr, Aimee Suzanne.

Fleming Mitchell Power

Cantrell Holcomb

Charles William Dubie

Charles William Jr Power

Aimee Suzanne Power