Bio/CV

 

Suzanne MacRury is a Canadian abstract, mixed media artist currently living and working in Toronto, Canada. Originally from Vancouver, where she attended Emily Carr College of Art and Design. Suzanne had her first solo exposition in 1992 and in the early 2000’s, she joined the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Art Rental & Sales Gallery where she is still associated. Following several solo and group shows across Canada and the United States, Suzanne gained representation through L’Espace Contemporain in Montreal, and Initial Gallery in Vancouver. During this time she also introduced her work to Japan. In 2014 Suzanne expanded her art form from two-dimensional painting to include animal skulls and experimentation with resin. These narratives recur throughout her career. Currently, acrylic and resin on wood panels have become Suzanne’s medium of choice. These works are a beautiful body of exquisite, sometimes ethereal, abstract landscapes.

 

Shows

Solo Shows

2020 - Stratus, Toronto (postponed due to COVID-19)
2017 - Hotel Ocho, Toronto
2016 - Core, Toronto
2016 - L’espace Contemporain, Montreal 2015 - Hotel Ocho, Toronto
2014 - Mintage, Vancouver
2014 - Hotel Ocho, Toronto
2013 - Initial Gallery, Vancouver
2013 - Hotel Ocho, Toronto
2012 - AWOL Gallery, Toronto
2012 - Hotel Ocho, Toronto
2011 - Ideas Incorporated, Toronto
2010 - Gallery Gora, Montreal
2004 - 7 West, Toronto
2002 - The Locus Gallery, Vancouver 1998 - Urban Gallery, Vancouver
1998 - Stoo:Deo Gallery, Vancouver 1998 - Melrich Gallery, Vancouver
1997 - Stoo:Deo Gallery, Vancouver 1992 - Corruption Gallery, Vancouver

Group Shows

2017 - Empire of Dirt, Squamish
2017 - Squamish Arts Council, Squamish 2016 - L’espace Contemporain,
Montreal
2016 - Never Apart Gallery, Montreal
2016 - L’espace Contemporain, Montreal
2016 - L’espace Contemporain, Quebec City 
2015 - L’espace Contemporain, Osaka, Japan
2015 - Le Festivaldv Classica, Montreal
2014 - Switch, Toronto
2014 - L’espace Contemporain, Montreal
2014 - Usine106U, Montreal
2014 - Yogathetix, Toronto
2014 - L’espace Contemporain, Montreal
2014 - Beaux Arts des Ameriques, Montreal