Susan Miller-Havens hails from Cambridge, Massachusetts, but her work has received national acclaim. In 2011, the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery acquired her painting of Red Sox ace Pedro Martinez for their collection in Washington DC, the second portrait of hers to be selected (the first was Carlton Fisk). It was the Sports Museum of New England who summed up her male athlete work best when they said she captures the heroic qualities in all her portraits and figure studies with a palette that includes the most subtle of color combinations. Her paintings are as much about the magic of color as the essence of heroism in her subjects. Two of Susan's works were also featured in the baseball film Mr. 3000, starring Bernie Mac. Her portraits have sold for as much as $40,000, and have been exhibited in more than 30 museums and galleries.


Banchick, Jonathan

Borzilleri, Kris

Briggs, Mike

Creedon, Lauren

Davis, Gary

DeRoy, Chris

Farano, Justyn

Fox, Brian

Galasso, Frank

McNeil, Kevin

Miller, Arthur K.

Miller-Havens, Susan

Olsen, Dave

Otterstad, Opie

Patrick, Roger

Portnoy, Neal

Shorey, Dave

Speakman, Chris

Waitkus, Mark

Wells, Vernon

Susan Miller-Havens
The Susan Miller-Havens Fine Arts Studio

Artwork sampling:

Dennis Eckersley art, Susan Miller Havens
Dennis Eckersley, Boston Red Sox legend
"Trying Not To Pitch Out Of My Shoes"
Pedro Martinez art, Susan Miller Havens
Pedro Martinez, Boston Red Sox legend
"Pride and Determination"
Carlton Fisk art, Susan Miller Havens
Carlton Fisk of the Boston Red Sox
"Pudge in Red"
John Valentin art, Susan Miller Havens
John Valentin of the Boston Red Sox
"On Deck"
Scott Hatteberg art, Susan Miller Havens
Scott Hatteberg of the Boston Red Sox
"A New Inning"
Luis Tiant art, Susan Miller-Havens
Luis Tiant of the Boston Red Sox
"El Tiant" (Engraving on Clayboard)