Suzanne Moreau is a contemporary oil painter residing in Peterborough, Ontario.  In her practice she concentrates on the figure.  She is a member of the Kawartha Artist Gallery & Studio and belongs to a group of figurative artists who meet weekly to draw and paint from the model.  She received a Fine Art Diploma from the Toronto School of Art in 2010 and has studied at the Haliburton School of Art, Haliburton, Ontario, the Dunedin Fine Art Centre in Dunedin, Florida and with several professional artists.  Suzanne has participated in over 20 group shows in Ontario and in Florida.

 In 2017 she exhibited in Colborne, Ontario in a group show celebrating older women, titled "Women of a Certain Age".  

In 2018 Suzanne collaborated with non-objective artist, Nancy Simmons Smith in a show at the Kent Farndale Gallery, Port Perry, Ontario, titled "Bathing Beauties and Blue Lagoons".

Suzanne's next body of work comprised a group of 21 oil portraits depicting people in the workplace.  A group of 16 of these were on exhibit in Peterborough at the Ashburnham Alehouse, 128 Hunter Street, titled "People in the Workplace".  Five new portraits were added in 2019 and were exhibited at the Peterborough Public Library, 345 Aylmer S. N, Peterborough, during the months of September and October 2019.

The most recent paintings titled "Welcome to the Jungle" evolved from years of figurative work combined with experimental imagined landscapes.  The series is made up of 2 sets of dip tychs. At 60" x 36" each painting makes an emphatic impression.

Peterborough, Ontario