Susan Tilton-Pecora was raised in Marblehead, Mass. In this seashore community, she grew to appreciate the quality of light and the intrinsic beauty of New England. After furthering her studies in Boston, she moved to Western Mass in 1974 and studied painting with Jack Flynn, A.W.S. She taught Advanced Watercolor Painting in the Adult Education Dept. at Bay Path College for 10 years and teaches in her studio in Thorndike. Pecora has also taught at the Museum of Fine Art in Springfield, Mass and has given painting demonstrations to art associations throughout the US and Europe.
Pecora has exhibited and won awards from a variety of national organizations including: American Artists Profession l League, NY, NY; Knickerbocker Artists of New York; New England Watercolor Society’s North American Open Exhibit; The Copley Society Invitational, Boston; The Rocky Mountain National Watercolor Exhibition, Colorado; Hudson Valley Art Association,National Juried Exhibit, Hastings on Hudson, NY; National Juried Exhibit, Hastings on Hudson, NY; Realism in Art, National Exhibition, Parkersburg Art Center, West Virginia.