Canadian Sculptures' Society

Susan Stromberg

Originally from Saskatchewan, Susan has lived in Montreal since 1963. She works in stone, bronze, steel and wood. Stromberg's style encompasses what is recognizable of her subjects be they plant, animal or human though abstracted which incorporates a mystical quality intrinsic in her work.




Selected Exhibitions
Solo
2005 Lake George, NY, USA
2005 Cleverdale, NY, USA
2005 San Pietro Positano, Italy
2005 Hilton Bonaventure, Montreal

Group
2005 Dimensions Plus, Montreal, QC
2005 Robert Mede Gallery, Toronto
2004 Canadian Sculpture Centre, Toronto
2003 Galerie d'Aignon, Outrement, QC
2001 Plattsburgh Art Museum
2000 Dominion Gallery, Montreal, QC

Her work is included in public and private collections worldwide. Her bronze sculptures were selected by the Government of Canada to be presented to U.S. President Bill Clinton and Russian President, Boris Yeltsin at the Vancouver Summit. Stromberg was awarded the Queen's Commemorative Medal by the Governor General of Canada for her contribution to the Arts. Her largest sculpture "Osmosis" is located in the garden at Rideau Hall, the Govenor General's Official Residence in Ottawa. Her recent work - "Regeneration" was installed at the MUHC Heritage Centre to commemorate the Centenniel of Lachine Hospital, Lachine, QC.

email: gallery@cansculpt.org

website: http:// www.SusanStromberg.com

Media: bronze, wood, stone, metal

SSC Member Since: 1983