Artist / Painter - OSA

Susan Clark was born in Montreal and has actively exhibited her work across Ontario for over 30 years.

Since elected a member of the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA) in 2003, she assists in organizing exhibitions for both members and emerging artists. Susan was also an elected member of the Canadian Society of Artists (SCA). She has participated in many members' and juried shows across southwestern Ontario with the OSA, SCA, Colour and Form Society (CFS), Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM), Peel Art Gallery, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Hamilton Art Gallery and others.

Susan has always had a passion for creative; she previously worked as a graphic artist while developing her own style in her personal work.

Susan has donated works to various fundraisers for both the Aird Gallery in Toronto and the Mississauga Art Gallery, and is found in both private and public collections including the Government of Ontario Art Collection.

It seems a lifetime of painting has passed and a lifetime of images ahead.

It's hard to say just what moves you to want to paint a particular idea. If it seems to suggest that in-between stage - a vision, a light, a colour, or a contrast - then it shows another way of looking at the familiar and ordinary. Symbols and different angles form the complexity and simplicity of the image. Linear landscapes - most of my images are quite close to home reflecting my camping trips and the suburbia we live in.