Growing up in rural Ontario, presently living in the South Georgian Bay region and spending summers in Newfoundland, informs Sue’s artistic journey which is motivated by the abstracted interplay of natural elements and humanity’s primal connection to our environment. Working full-time from her studio in the beautiful village of Creemore, Ontario, Sue has produced work that has been exhibited in Canada and in Europe and is held in private collections across North America, Europe and Japan. Along with her 25 year studio practice, Sue has an extensive teaching career spanning 30 years and includes working with First Nations in Newfoundland/Labrador and Nova Scotia. She is also a long time member of the summer faculty at Sir Sanford Fleming College, Haliburton Campus. Most recently Sue has taken on the volunteer role of curator with the Wasaga Society for the Arts, assisting in starting the first ever public art gallery in Wasaga Beach, Ontario.

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Floating On The Edge

2021
Oil On Panel
36″ x 48″
$3,500.00

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Rhythm In Motion

2021
Oil On Panel
36″ x 36″
$3,200.00

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Presence

2021
Oil On Panel
20″ x 20″
$1,300.00

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Speaking Of Summer

2021
Oil On Panel
36″ x 36″
$3,200.00

Recent Solo Exhibitions
2020 Campus Gallery, Georgian College, Barrie, ON (pending due to Covid19)
2019 The Leyton Gallery, St. John’s NL, Canada
2018 Colorida Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal
2017 MOD, Museum Of Dufferin, Immersive Installation ‘Georgian Bay Primordial’
2016 Yorkminster Park Gallery, Toronto ON Canada
2013 Double Door Studio and Gallery, Anten Mills, ON Canada
2011 The Leyton Gallery, St. John’s NL, Canada

Curated Exhibits
2016 Quest Art Centre, Midland Ontario, paired exhibit ‘Land and Sky’
2018 Orillia Museum of Art & History, ‘Primordial Waters’ Immersive
Installation featuring Art & Sound by Sue A. Miller
and 3 guest artists. Co-curated by Sue A. Miller & Ninette Gyorody

Selected Juried Group Exhibitions
2019 Quest Art Centre, TD Thor Wealth Management ‘Art Prize Exhibition’,
Midland, Ontario
2019 Simcoe Street Theatre and Gallery, Collingwood ON
‘Women and Water’,
2018 Arta Gallery, 14 Distillery Lane, Toronto ON ‘Georgian Bay
Unsheltered’
2016 Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts, Collingwood, ON
‘Georgian Bay Primordial’, immersive installation Curated by and
Featuring Art and Sound by Sue A. Miller with 14 invited guest artists.
2015 English Harbour Arts Centre, NL ‘Cut From the Same Cloth’
2014 Quest Gallery, Midland ON, 10th Annual Juried Exhibition
2014 Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery, Owen Sound ON ‘Convergence’
2012 Wychwood Barns, Toronto ON, ‘The Four Elements’,
2012 The Brickworks, Toronto ON, ‘Ontario Distilled’,
2011 Spadina Museum, Toronto ON, Nuit Blanche, ‘Patterns of Nature’ Backlit
2011 Tom Thomson Memorial Gallery, Owen Sound ON ‘Convergence’
2011 Propeller Centre for the Arts, Toronto ON
2011 Gladstone Hotel, Toronto ON
2010 Tom Thompson Memorial Gallery, ‘Convergence’ Owen Sound ON

Awards Honourable Mention
Circle Foundation for the Arts, International Art Prize

Residencies
English Harbour Arts Centre, English Harbour, NL 2018

Memberships
Purple Hills Arts and Heritage Society, Creemore ON
Ontario Society of Artists
Wasaga Society for the Arts
MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie ON
CARFAC

Grants
2015 Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
2012 Ontario Arts Council recipient of an Arts Education grant
2011 Canada Council for the Arts recipient of a Travel Grant for solo exhibition in
Newfoundland and Labrador

Publications
2019 The Artist and the Viewer, Toronto Art Newspaper, Nov/Dec Issue
2014 On The Bay Magazine, fall issue
2011 Canadian Architectural Digest
2011 The Telegram, St. John’s, Newfoundland

Teaching Experience
2018 Landfall Trust, Newfoundland, Plein Air workshop
1985 to Present Private/Corporate lessons and workshops
2011 to Present Sir Sanford Fleming – Haliburton School of the Arts –
Part-time summer faculty.
2016-Present Owner/Director of The Bay School of Art, Collingwood ON
2015 Dufferin Arts Council, Artist in the Schools Program
2012 to 2014 Barrie Art Club, Expressive Painting workshop
2014 Scotia Bank Capital Markets, Corporate Workshop
2014 Quest Gallery, Midland ON, One week En Plein Air class
2014 Autism Ontario. Develop and implement Expressive Painting
programs for youth groups.
2012, 2013 Expressive Arts Retreat, Newfoundland. self organized retreats
2011/2012 OAC independent grant, Artist in the School Program
2010 ArtsCan Circle, Newfoundland/Labrador (Sheshatsui First Nations)
www.artscancircle.ca

Volunteer Activities
Curator and program coordinator, Wasaga Society for the Arts – Stonebridge Art Gallery,
Wasaga Beach, Ontario. (2020)
Mill Street Art Studio Community Outreach – After School Kids Art Program
(2013-2016)
Facilitation of Expressive Painting Workshop for Georgian Bay Cancer Support
Centre,Penetanguishene, ON (2014, 2015)
Visiting Artist, presentation and assistance with grade12 graduation art exhibit, Stayner
Collegiate Institute, Stayner, ON (2013)
Committee consultant for Humber College, Toronto ON, School of Media Studies:
Bachelor of Fine Arts program. (2012)
Arts Can Circle: Development & facilitation of a one week arts program in Sheshatsui,
First Nations, Goose Bay, Labrador, Self Expression Through the Arts. (2010)
Education
2011 Ontario Arts Council (OAC), Arts Educator Skills Development Royal
Conservatory, Toronto ON
1991-2010 Professional skills development workshops
1983-1986 Diploma of Fine Arts, Georgian College of Applied Arts and Technology,
Barrie Ontario