Suzanne Hill lives in Rothesay, N.B. and is active as a professional artist and art education consultant. A graduate of Mount Allison and McGill Universities, she exhibits in the Atlantic Region. Her works are included in many private and public collections, including the New Brunswick Art Bank, the Canada Council Art Bank, UNB, NB Museum, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the University of Maine, and the Governor General of Canada. She is also represented in the collections of the Canadian War Museum and the Department of External Affairs.
She has served as a juror for the Strathbutler Award, the N.B. Art Bank, Creation and Excellence Grants. She was awarded the Strathbutler Award for Excellence in 1999. She has served on the NB Arts Board executive, on the Board of Directors of the New Brunswick Museum, and now with the SHMF. In 2003 she worked with 2 others to create the NB Visual Art Education Association, which is currently producing a series of short films on NB visual artists. She received a Creations Grant to fund High Water Mark, her most recent solo show. An “A” grant from artsnb is funding ongoing work on a major series, “Only”.
Most recent exhibits: Invisible Worlds, 3-person exhibit with Toby Graser and Kathy Hooper; at BAG and NBM Suzanne Hill: Conversations with Rick Burns, 2 person, at Peter Buckland Gallery and Gallery Connexion Labyrinth, at Ingrid Mueller Art & Contacts. Visit her website.