Susie Boyer is an American artist famous for her images of good old stuff around her. To properly communicate her messages, she also uses words in her artwork. Susie grew up in a small town in Kentucky where she has always been surrounded by old style baskets, ceramics, kettles, all of which mean a lot to her. These things have influenced the subjects of her paintings over the years. Susie first got her attachment to art when she was working for her brother in law Rick Ouellette, who was focused on working to build a family operated business "Limited Editions." She worked in the business as a manager, framing and packaging artist pictures from different parts. During this time, Susie never imagined that one day she would be actively involved in framing her own artistic works for her customers.
At some point in her work life, particularly as a result of her work with Limited Editions, she fell in love with photography. She then got herself a camera, which she used to take pictures of family, friends and a host of other things. As she continued to take more pictures, she realized that she had an eye for still photography. It wasn't before long before people began to appreciate her artwork and were amazed by the vignettes that she properly captures. Susie has been able to excel in photography and painting because of her deep understanding of her subjects. She lives in the countryside and interacts with her subjects daily. Her works continue to sell globally and are available in different galleries and platforms.