Professional membre of the ‘Conseil des Métiers d’art du Quebec’
Suzanne Tremblay has always had a passion for colours and patterns she realized she had a great talent when she discovered a Garden decoration book on mosaics.
Whilst walking through the flowered gardens of her home and taking in the beautiful sunrises and sunsets, she self taught the art of ceramics by using the colours and designs created in her mind. By playing with the shapes and colours her designs come to life in movement and harmony.
After developing hers skills in ceramics, in 2005 she began her real passion of working with stained glass. With her own unique of style her first commission was a 4x8 mural The Pomona, Goddess of fruits and orchards a drawing by artist Josée Brisson.
Suzanne developed her own style of stained glass without the use of lead. She produced her own technique of grouting and covering the work with a very strong transparent resin, allowing the light to shine and expose the beauty of her work. This allowed her to add so much more meticulous details of glass and enabled a more refined result to the finished product. Her work has been exported to the USA, Great Britain and Europe.
Suzanne Saw a niche in the market for useful attractive and affordable pieces and after many experiments the Little Sue was born in the spring of 2011.