Sue Todd is a Toronto based illustrator and painter. Her portraits in oil are quite different from her illustrative linocut technique. Sue's illustrations have appeared in many books and publications in North America and the UK. They can be found at suetodd.com. After many years as and illustrator and printmaker, Sue became passionate about painting portraits. She is a graduate of OCA (now OCADU) and has studied painting with Stefan Galvanek in Toronto.
"The Saints", a group show at The Hermit's Lamp, 425 Vaughan Rd., Toronto.
Group show at Leslie Jones restaurant, 1182 Queen St. E., Toronto. The theme of the show was "Canadian Icons."
Group show at Leslie Jones Restaurant, 1182 Queen St. E., Toronto. The show, "Still Rockin" portrayed rock musicians from the past who are still performing today.
Group show, "27 and Too Young" at Leslie Jones Restaurant, 1182 Queen St. E., Toronto. The theme was about musicians who died before age 30.
I am a freelance illustrator with clients in North America and the UK. My technique is linoleum print, scanned with colour applied in Photoshop. My art appears in many books, magazines, posters, t-shirts, a TV commercial and a bus. I am represented worldwide by Lemonade Illustration Agency.
Image appeared on t-shirts, posters and other promotional material.
Picture book depicting a Mexican folktale, published by The Child's World.
Art celebrating the birthday of Marianne Carus, founder of Carus Publishing.
Picture book depicting the Aesop fable, published by Scholastic Canada.
Picture book depicting Hindu folktale, published by Red Chair Press.
Series of 5 wrap around covers published by McClelland & Stewart.
Bus wrap commissioned by Banner Health, Phoenix, AZ.
From picture book biography of Antonio Vivaldi published by Scholastic Canada.
Cover of Executive Update magazine.
Picture book published by Skinner House Books.
Cover of book written by Deepak Chopra, Crown Publishing.
Back cover puzzle designed for Spider magazine, Carus Publishing.
2015 Weather Guide calendar published by Andrews McMeel/Accord. One of 12 illustrations of animals capable of surviving extreme weather conditions.