Susi Milne is a Canadian artist known for her drawings, watercolours, and electronic mixed media art objects. Her works range from paintings paper and textile sculptures and video/photo based art to politically themed poetry/performance art. Milne's eclectic practice is informed through her life and work as "living art". Milne served as the President of the Board of Directors and member-at-large of the grunt gallery, Vancouver in the early 2000's and has a robust history with several other artists run centres in Vancouver including years as program director at the Western Front in the late 80s.
Currently Milne has a robust social media following and is looking forward to confirming her Influencer status. She has exhibited and performed her artwork and performance/poetry nationally and internationally over her diverse career; most recently with five large-scale paintings & a large textile sculpture last August that appeared in SPACE, curated by Laura Lee Coles. Several of Milne's watercolour paintings were featured in prestigious literary journals during 2018-19. Milne's iconic watercolour interpretation for the #METOO movement appeared nationally and internationally (2017) both online and as large scale banners at rallies. Milne exhibited watercolour paper freize works at Artbeat Vancouver 2014 and 2015; and was curated into a prestigious group show at The Roundhouse in 2016. Born and bred into the rich Canadian art scene, Milne's lives in an art abode overlooking the seaside of the Pacific Northwest coastal mountain range.
Milne populates the electronic social media platform with an unadulterated gusto with the various and utterly diverse manifestations of her imaginings.
Formally educated in line drawing, figure drawing, colour and expression of interpretation of form; Milne encompasses all disciplines in her work. Shown here are examples of her fine art drawing, painting and photography skills.
Also featured here are three screen captures of her new dynamic, multi-layered, multi-dimensional electronic media works. Original pen and ink drawings, original watercolours; original poetry, original voice over and sound bites retrieved from a library of audio samples collected over the years all contribute to these smooth 'mediasculptures'.
These shorts - multi-media video collages - ask penetrating questions about our place in the universe and present Milne's artistic interpretation of such. Driven by years of literary and artistic influence Milne seeks to startle and uncover connections from the Not Obvious.