For more than 40 years, Suzanne Dubuc has pursued her research in visual arts with the objective of finding accuracy in the balance of the elements that make up her works, while assuming room for randomness and accidents along the way. Thus, the shaping of ideas is both the result of reflection and play.
In her most recent works, we can recognize traces of her fascination with water and her interest in long worked materials. For the past ten years, monotype, a printmaking process conducive to experimentation, has occupied an important place in her practice.
Suzanne Dubuc holds a bachelor's degree specializing in plastic arts from the University of Quebec in Montreal and a master's degree in museology from the University of Montreal. She regularly presents private exhibitions and participates in collective exhibitions in Quebec and more recently in France. Her works describe in public and private collections in Quebec and Canada (Loto-Quebec, Museum of Quebec, National Bank of Canada, City of Montreal, Hydro-Quebec).