Susanne Langlois

Susanne is a Kingston-based artist and designer whose paintings and are fresh, vibrant and peaceful. She has been painting for over 20 years and currently works in three diverse styles: abstract, still-life botanicals and contemporary landscape.  Susanne has exhibited her work in group and solo shows in the Kingston area and Toronto. 

She is a member of the Kingston Arts Council and the Organization of Kingston Women Artists. One of her abstract pieces recently won a prize in the KAC annual juried show. Her work has been purchased by Queen's University, The Keg, and numerous private collectors in Canada, the US, New Zealand and Europe.

“I have been painting landscape paintings featuring wind turbines—often specifically the wind turbines of Wolfe Island—for several years now. When I began to do so it was a bit of a lightbulb moment....the wind turbines themselves lend a structural element to the composition, a way to inject a graphic, modern focal point in to an abstrated landscape. They also are a distinct reference to place, as this is now our vista. As always when painting, I leap in with faith and await the unexpected.”

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