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© Suzanne Sandboe Five Old Hoes

Suzanne Sandboe



Suzanne Sandboe has been exhibiting and selling her art professionally since 1989. She works primarily in acrylic and transparent watercolor mastering the spontaneous, fresh and suggestive nature of these medium with bold color and a signature style. She likes to express her art using shadow, light and color and endeavors to tell a story in her work. Sandboe’s style is best described as atmospheric and nostalgic yet grounded in realism. Landscape is the primary subject matter and often includes objects in the environment, figurative and historical images. Her primary inspiration comes from the Canadian landscape, its people and history. Recent painting trips have taken Sandboe across Canada from East to West coast as well as to Alaska, France, Italy, the US and have become an inspiration for much of her recent work.

Suzanne is an award-winning artist who has participated in over 80 exhibitions over the years. She is a Signature member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and the Alberta Society of Artists. She is featured in several art magazines, news articles and has taught numerous workshops.

Sandboe’s work is included in numerous private and corporate collections internationally and across Canada including the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Dan Ackroyd and the Government of Canada among many others. She is currently represented by the Grant Berg Gallery in Grande Prairie.

Artist Statement

I feel that art is an expressive connection between the artist and viewer; a way to communicate ones’ vision and understanding of a way of life, place or situation. I love to share my inspiration. I strive to create a story in my work and give the viewer something to think about and something to remember. My paintings are often said to portray a tranquil, peaceful and reflective feeling loosely painted with warmth, romance and atmosphere drawing the viewer not only to another place but to another time presenting not only a scene but a memory.

Most important to me, I paint with intuition. I follow my instincts about what I will paint and how I will paint it as I share with the viewer what inspires me to create.