• Due to academic achievements at Tulane      
    University was allowed to design her own unique
    major program, Interdepartmental Studies in Art    
    and Physics, specializing in studio art and laser
  • BSCI and MSCI with honors, PhD SCI MERU
    Switzerland with postgraduate work in France,       
    Italy, Switzerland, India, and Thailand   
  • Studied art with Emmy award winner Ning Yeh

  • A portion of proceeds from art sales goes to     

  • Since age 13, volunteer work for various charities   
    and nonprofit educational organizations including:
      - American Red Cross
      - American Heart Association
      - American Cancer Association
      - Muscular Dystrophy Association
      - One Billion Rising

  • Local, national and international positions for     
    charity and nonprofit educational organizations:
            - National Dir. Ministry of Health WGAE
            - International Dir. Ministry of Natural Law WGAE
      - Sambiki Charity Chairman
      - Key Club Charity Sweetheart
            - Founder/President SIMS Tulane University
            - Newport, RI CAE Center Chairman        
            - Providence,RI CAE Center Co-chairman
            - Beverly Farms,MA CAE Center Co-chairman


  • Nineteen art awards; highest art honor from Tulane
  • Art included in the collectible hardcover Richeson
    International Landscape, showcasing best            
    landscape paintings from around the world  
  • At age ten, selected by Kentucky school to paint
    three 20-foot murals depicting major historical   
  • Completed 55-foot commissioned mural.
  • Commercial art sold in major department stores
  • Color graphics in USA Today
  • Exhibits in national and international shows  
  • Won 125 medals and ribbons in regional and
    international swimming competitions including    
    Junior Olympics
  • National Novel Writing Month--the largest writing  
    contest in the world. To win, aspiring novelists     
    write a 50,000-word novel in a month, about 175
    pages. 167,150 participants from 90 countries    
    wrote a total of 2,427,190,537 words. Suzanne     
    was a winner!



    "Suzanne Stryker is a phenomenal artist ... If Oprah   
    isn't the one to make her famous, someone will ...   
    Her paintings are a good investment."

Offering a Hand Instead of Handcuffs

A community model of prevention and
rehabilitation rather than incarceration
Wins writing award
Founder of Grow and Share
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Central Park Gallery
Fairfield, Iowa
Westside town square

Ethereal Paintings Exhibit
"I attended your presentation where a TV station
recorded your inauguration of Project Help. I
greatly respect your efforts with Project Help.
When your paintings were stolen, instead of
reacting the way people normally do, you
implemented a preventive response to the thefts.
No vengeance, no retribution, none of the usual
reactionary, punitive actions that typical
government employs.

Alexander Gabis
"I hope the criminal justice people are paying
attention. Suzanne Stryker is setting an
important example with her compassionate
outlook—not just talk, but action."


Excerpt from the book
Managing the Spiritual Neighborhood

Help Others

"Another person who believes in the power of
volunteerism is artist Suzanne Stryker. After
three of her paintings were stolen, she started
Project Help in an attempt to reach out to the
person who took the artworks. Her hope is that
this Project Help will create a community model
of prevention and inspire others to lend a
helping hand. Suzanne said that If we can
prevent even one person from getting ensnared
in our prison system -- that would be worth our

Senator Becky Schmitz
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