Although she has formal art schooling from the Burnley School
for Professional Art, her creative spark is ignited by a deep love of animals. Living in the Pacific Northwest allows her this intimacy with nature.
The goal of her art work is to promote the protection for the habitat of endangered species. Infused in my images is symbolism of Native American, Polynesian,
and Aboriginal cultures, and basic elements like water, sky and the moon. Sue has been a professional artist, living in Edmonds for 25 years.
WEDGWOOD ART FESTIVAL
PO BOX 142
Clinton, WA 98236
Our Lady of the Lake
8900 35th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115