The word on our Giclée Prints...

Archival, limited edition prints of Suzanne’s most loved images

Isobel O’Connell

Your painting arrived just before I came to stay. It is BEAUTIFUL! Thank you so much, I can’t wait to show it to everyone!  The colours show well and I thought it was beautiful how you posted it. I cannot believe the difference it makes seeing it in person rather than on a greeting card! It is a true treasure. Again, thank you very much.

  • Isobel O’Connell

Randi Masters

When I gave your picture of their home to my client, she was beyond thrilled by it!  It was such the perfect gift for her and her family.

Randi Masters, Newport Realty

Emma Dixon-Will

I met Suzanne as a guest at a BNI meeting and I was thoroughly impressed with her work and her presentation skills. I love to support local artists and I found Suzanne’s art very calming so it was just natural for me to purchase her work.  Whenever I send one of her cards to my clients or acquaintances, they can be reminded of the beautiful city of Victoria where we live.  I had requested some cards and Suzanne’s turnaround time was fabulous (she actually met me an hour later as I was under a time issue !). She is here to please her clients and she has that “personal” touch.

Sue Hayes

Side Street Studio in Oak Bay Village is proud to sell Suzanne’s very creative art. Our customers really enjoy seeing the places that they love bought to life in such an imaginative way – from greetings cards to prints to calendars Suzanne’s work is a great asset to our studio.

Linda Conn

Dear Suzanne,  I have been adding to my husbands collection on his birthday for 5 years now. The addition this year of his Giclée print “Victoria Harbour Ferry”, 7 x 10, is the smallest one there next to much bigger and very fab water colour pieces, one special photo and one interesting collage. Your giclée print is the smallest and most spectacular piece on the wall and has made the collection ‘come alive’. I have hung it in the center of the collection as I know it will continue to be the focal point.