Susan is a Canadian artist who has embraced art and creativity since childhood. Her works are influenced by her passion of the outdoors and her wonderful memories of living and traveling around beautiful British Columbia: Quesnel Lake in the Cariboo region, fishing the salt chuck with her father, touring the Gulf islands with her parents, living in White Rock, Gavin Lake, Likely, Sooke, and historic Fort Langley.
Susan is a member of the Fort Langley Artist Group and has studied both painting and portraiture with established artists such as Mike Svob, Carol Marine, Carmel Clare, Perry Haddock, and Robert Barrett.
Joining the Fort Langley Artist Group opened many doors for Susan, especially through the friendship and support of her colleagues who helped her in a very dark time of her life after losing her beloved husband of 39 years.
Opening her own studio/gallery in the Flatiron Building of Bedford Landing in Fort Langley is a dream come true for Susan. She opens her studio-gallery to the public three weeks of every month. The fourth week, the artist spends at her Beach Box Studio in Sooke, on Vancouver Island.