Susan Moss began saving lives as a teenager working as a lifeguard. At the University of Nevada, she graduated with honors receiving a B.A. in Art and Psychology. She helped establish a Suicide Prevention Center in 1966 as part of a Master's Degree in Psychology in Reno, Nevada. The Center is still in operation today.
After further study at Otis Art Institute, she became an exhibiting artist worldwide, included in both public and private collections such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Skirball Museum, the Orange County Museum of Art, ARCO, IBM, Robert A. Rowan, and James Coburn. To date she can count 540 collectors of her work world-wide.
Her Art is shown in galleries and museums world-wide.
Susan Moss exhibits her Art world-wide with exhibitions in Tuscany, Italy, New York, Florida, as well as throughout California, she exhibited and sold for thirty-one years at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Artist's Gallery, Thirty of her early Earth slide Drawings were shown at Albright Knox Gallery in Buffalo, New York with Henry Moore and Mary Cassatt. Her first show in New York was at David Findlay Jr, Gallery on Madison Avenue when she was thirty-two, All paintings sold but one, Her many shows in Los Angeles include galleries on La Cienega and Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. Her work is in 541 Collections including five museums: LACMA, Skirball, Laguna Art Museum, UCI Buck Museum of California Art, and University of Nevada Lilley Museum.