Suzanne Hill has exhibited her work extensively over the past forty years in regional, national and international group shows as well as notable solo exhibitions: Figureheads (1985), Carapaces (1994), Scarecrow (1997), Weir (1999), and High Water Mark (2008). Hill has also worked tirelessly within the community for the advancement of the visual arts and has had a significant voice in the cultural affairs of the province. To that end she has served on the provincial Cultural Policy Task Force and has been board member of artsNB, the New Brunswick Museum, the New Brunswick Visual Art Education Association and the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation. She has also acted as a peer juror on many committees for grants, exhibitions and symposia. In 1999, as the result of her outstanding contribution to the province’s visual arts as an artist as well as her advocacy role, she received the prestigious Strathbutler Award.
Hill’s work has been the subject of major publications produced by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, University of New Brunswick Art Centre and the New Brunswick Museum, as well as a documentary video produced by the Visual Art Education Association. Examples of Hill’s work can be found in many public collections including the New Brunswick Museum, the New Brunswick Art Bank, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the Canada Council Art Bank, the Department of External Affairs and the Canadian War Museum.
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