Sue creates visually captivating landscape-informed abstractions. She finds inspiration observing nature with an interest in exploring the relationship between perception, and individual memory. She incorporates various materials into her artwork, ranging from traditional paints and collage elements to unconventional substances like air pollution.
Sue’s recent body of work called "Dreamscapes," combines elements from real and imagined landscapes, inviting viewers to question their own understanding of the world around them. Fluid and dynamic lines and patterns within her landscapes overlap and intertwine evoking the sense of geologic forms or pathways created by wildlife. Through her art, Sue meditates on the past, present and beyond, exploring different perspectives and a sense of interconnectedness of environments, science and the spiritual realms. Sue aims to inspire contemplation by inviting viewers to redefine their own ways of perceiving the natural world
Sue studied art and art history at UCLA and Manhattanville College in New York. She has participated in exhibits internationally, created site specific installations, and has conducted workshops as an art educator. Sue has worked closely with multi-disciplinary, New York based artist Randy Williams, who has been her longtime mentor.