Susan Pierce is a New Brunswick artist residing in Fredericton since 1998. Born in Vermont, she spent many hours in the studios of Gandy Brodie, Roy Mandell, and Bob Watrous and began drawing, watercolor painting, and sculpting after moving to Nova Scotia as a teenager.
She discovered oil painting during an evening workshop at theBeaverbrook Art Gallery in 2006. She has studied under Glenn Priestley, Danny Price, Cora Woolsey, Denise Richard and Sarah Petite.
Pierce has lived in and traveled through most of Canada including the far North and finds inspiration in the beauty and diversity of our culture and landscape. She is deeply moved by people’s connection to our world and each other and is grateful to have an opportunity to express it.
Her work can be found in collections across Canada and in the United States.