Suki Fox is a Canadian West Coast visual artist and designer, who is notorious for being lively, imaginative and clever; she is also known for beautiful statement jewelry, bold and vibrant pallets, fonts, character portraits, and mandalas, among other things.
Suki’s knack for blending with pencil crayons and markers, combined with her capacity to think outside of the box and the gift of incorporating her errors and inked calamities into the beautiful things she creates, are a mere sampling of the qualities that set her apart as an creator. Graffiti and street art among the major inspirations for this diverse artisan, as evidenced in her colour and style choices. The divine beauty of woman is also an alluring muse for Miss Fox. To her there is an undeniable splendor in the female form that is always attractive, soft, mysterious and coy.
Based on her passion for sacred geometry, Suki’s newest obsession with mandalas comes from these principles. She believes that geometry is the basis of EVERYTHING, and the consideration of that alone is something she finds beautifully mesmerizing and inspiring. Setting her life’s pace to the rhythm of many types of delightfully obscure music and deep, dark, drum and bass, Suki has always had an infatuation with underground culture. The element of danger entices and excites, and this artist finds that performing under pressure sparks her creativity in a most compelling way.
The main focus for Suki is to create art that comes from a place of pure imagination and love, and her intention is to make others feel unique and extraordinary. Letting ingenuity move without constraints, allows her to craft timeless, unique, and striking creations to compliment any personal style and taste.
Suki aspires to collaborate with other artists in the near future, especially people with diverse skill-sets and talents. This will allow her to explore the ways in which different artistic realms can jive together. Operating with a bartering and fair trade philosophy, Suki feels that all talents and gifts should be shared for the greater good. This humanitarian believes that all beings should work together, collaborating with their own energy cycles, to raise our collective vibration so that all can thrive.
Suki lives and breathes by the idea that without the light and the dark, there would be no colour.