The Artist

"Forever interested in nature and the influence of mankind on wildlife, it is after completing a BSc in biology with specialisation in Ecology and environment that my mission became more educational. Large mammals as well than all fauna and flora are greatly affected by what is happening to our home. My intention is to bring some of these issues to light and trigger a conversation while depicting beauty and strength. "
Portrait of artist  | Member of Artists for Conservation

Suzanne BĂ©lair was born and still resides in the Montreal area. She has been passionate about oils since the age of 12. Despite various explorations with other mediums over the years, it is always to oil that she returns.

Art and creativity have always been part of her life. She studied fashion design and art through university but also through various specialty workshops given by modern masters and other artists. Suzanne completed a B.Sc. in biology with a specialisation in ecology and environment and this had a great influence on her work.

Since 2007, she maintains two blogs on art, creativity, life and environment. She has participated in more than 50 group exhibits and two solos since 2008 and has juried several art shows.

She was president of the Kirkland Artist Association and sat on the executive committees of two art associations for several years. She also was part of various selection committees for exhibitions. She gave Still-life workshops to artists groups and is teaching oil painting.

She is a signature member of the Institut des Arts figuratifs, Artists For Conservation, and the Lakeshore Association of artists and has won prizes for her work. Her artwork is part of private collections and one public collection.

Through her art, she supports several causes, including the fight for cancer, environmental health and the protection of women and children against violence.

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