Sue Allison is a well known artist in the Owen Sound Area. Her paintings portray mystical and magical wetlands and notable heritage buildings in Grey Bruce Counties and other surrounding areas.
Sue is an honours grad from Ontario College of Art 1971, specializing in Communications and Design with special interest in fine art.
Working for the Ministry of Natural Resources in the 70s as Exhibit Designer began her career working closely with biologists and naturalists which gave her a deep appreciation for the environment in this area of Grey Bruce.
Sue began watercolour painting in 1978 developing her distinctive techniques which are quite recognizable if one knows her paintings.
Her artworks are in private collections locally and internationally.
As well, Sue paints in oils and acrylics, capturing traditional interpretations of landscapes throughout Ontario and other places travelled.
Presently her paintings are displayed at the Owen Sound Artists Co-op downtown.
Sue holds classes at the Co-op’s Workshop and the Southampton Art School teaching watercolour and oils.
On occasion you might see Sue on location capturing “one of those beautiful vistas”