“If life is a journey, art is its companion. It brightens my day. I enjoy sharing it with other artists and enthusiasts.
Inspiration is everywhere. I paint what I see, what I know and what I question. Images appear on canvas and paper that spring as much from my imagination as from my surroundings. Among my series are images of dogs at play, mothers and children, furniture, flowers, interiors and conversations.
A painting is more than paint applied to a surface. It should tantalize the imagination and inspire questions. What does it say to you? What does it do to you? Art is more. Art is an eye-opening, mind-opening journey.”
Susan Fisher – Bio
Susan Fisher always has her sketchbook and camera, and her works are the result of a lifelong passion for art. Susan’s work is represented here by drawings and paintings, including several series. Her curiosity about relationships and communication are evident in her work.
Susan’s family encouraged her artistic interests, and after earning a BA at CarletonUniversity, she enrolled at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto, studying with Tom Hodgson, Jim Boyd and Joan Burt. She has also studied in the Department of Fine Arts at ConcordiaUniversity, including painting with Yves Gaucher. She participated in workshops led by noted Montreal artists Ghitta Caiserman-Roth and Seymour Segal while raising an active family in Montreal. Susan now resides with her husband in Ottawa, where she continues to pursue her passion.