During a career that now spans more than 35 years, Halifax expressionist painter Susan Hubley has earned an excellent reputation for her exuberant usage of colour, fluid sense of form, and distinctive compositions. Susan loves to paint, and is fascinated by the patterns that exist in nature. Painting gives her the opportunity to create her own interpretation of nature, whether depicting a vase of flowers, a garden scene, or an autumn landscape. As a young artist, Susan studied at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, and with many well-known Nova Scotian painters, including John Cook, Anthony Law, Arthur Lloy, and Jane Shaw. Her floral and landscape subjects also reflect the influences of French masters Henri Matisse and Raoul Dufy, as well as great Canadian legend Tom Thomson. Her work has been widely collected in Canada and internationally.