About the North Shore Art Crawl

The North Shore Art Crawl is a free community event that celebrates the creative energy of local artists. The event features artists in approachable venues all throughout the North Shore, inviting community to engage with and learn about their practices. The North Shore Art Crawl energizes and inspires community through uplifting the arts.

Sue Daniel

Medium: Acrylic, Mixed media, Oil


2658 Mathers Ave.
West Vancouver


Additional accessibility measures:

Note for Visitors

Access off lane to separate purpose built studio. Parking on street access to studio at the back lane west walkway by the main house.

About the Artist

Sue Daniel was born in Hungary and came to Canada during the Hungarian revolution in 1956. Confidence, freedom and a fierce independence are critical components that live in all her works, shaped and driven by memories of struggle. Self-taught, Sue works in oils to depict and reflect the drama she finds in nature and life. Spontaneous and intuitive brushwork – and a variety of knives, scrapers and custom-made tools – give her work a unique quality. Vibrant colours and strong visuals convey depth and mood on her large canvases. As an abstract impressionist, Sue believes that art is a window into the soul, and that window is best opened through the application of control and chance working together: the artist consciously drives the creation process while encouraging and exploiting the random wonders that occur by taking creative risks.
North Shore Art Crawl 2023