Visual artist based in Nova Scotia, Sue Howard, has been masterfully telling stories through the mediums of words and paint for as long as her children could lend an ear. Influenced by her extensive international travels and her life in the East, she crafts unique narratives that revolve around the interpretation and visual reflection of the passage of time.
Central to Howard's artistic philosophy is the recognition that memory serves as an imperfect guardian of our lives, constantly shifting shape under the influences and impacts of current circumstances. Just as memory is subjective, Howard believes that stories and images are similarly interpreted by each individual who engages with them.
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