Suzanne Burden was born and raised in Sept-Iles, Quebec, she now resides in Peterborough, Ontario. She began exploring painting in her early 20s, studying with Elizabeth Antila. After spending many years raising a family and working full time, Suzanne is now retired, and she is able to focus once again on her painting.
From 2009 to 2011, she studied with Anne-Marie Kornachuk at the Art School of Peterborough. She is a member of the Art School of Peterborough where she attends workshops and a group studio painting regularly. Painting remains her priority and works at her art on a full time basis.
Her recent exhibitions include group exhibits at the Art School of Peterborough in 2010-11-12-13 and 14 and a solo exhibition, Reds, in Peterborough at the Tonic Hair Studio from November 25 to December 20, 2012. She was represented by The Gallery in the Attic from May to October 2013. She participated in the juried group show, Series 5, at the Moniker Art Gallery in Toronto in October 2013 and The Artist Project at the Canadian Living Centre in Toronto from February 20 to 23, 2014. The ArtExpo took her to New York City in April 2014 for a fantastic 3 days of exhibition. More recently, November 8 to December 8, 2014, she participated in a group show, The Originals, at the Art School of Peterborough Art Space. In 2015, her work was shown at the Montreal International Design Show. Suzanne is busy painting commission work and experimenting in different styles.