Susan Lafleur Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Susan Lafleur based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Susan Lafleur
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Make Mine a Double by Susan Lafleur
Be Kind by Susan Lafleur
White Pass Railway by Susan Lafleur
Old Friends by Susan Lafleur
Water Lilies In The Moat by Susan Lafleur
New Dawn Painterly by Susan Lafleur
Memories of Long Ago - Barn by Susan Lafleur
Norwegian Interior #2 by Susan Lafleur
Black Pine Japan by Susan Lafleur
Vermont Barn and Stone Wall by Susan Lafleur
Moroccan Arches by Susan Lafleur
Farmall and Flag by Susan Lafleur
Glacier Bay Reflections by Susan Lafleur
Winter Berries Watercolor by Susan Lafleur
Rocks and Rainbow by Susan Lafleur
Rose in Rose by Susan Lafleur
Madonna and Child by May Villeneuve by Susan Lafleur for May Villeneuve
Mist In The Jungle by Susan Lafleur
Lily Pads and Reflections by Susan Lafleur
Rose Vignette by Susan Lafleur
Still Life with an Oil Lamp by Susan Lafleur
Rose Facing the Sun by Susan Lafleur
St. Lawrence Seaway Marina by Susan Lafleur
Sisters in Pink by Susan Lafleur
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About Susan Lafleur
I graduated from Boston University with a BFA many years ago. I've never considered myself a photographer, but after taking thousands of photos, there are bound to be some gems in the bunch. I love to travel to picturesque places, so most of my photos reflect that.
I haven't been displaying my art very long, though I've been making art since I was about 7, when I started painting in an independent art class. I actually got a bad grade on a coloring page in 3rd grade for "shading" the cherries (Washington's Birthday) instead of coloring them shiny solid red. Guess I was showing a rebellious streak at an early age!
I'm a mom of 4 adults, grandmother of 3 humans and 4 fur babies.
I've been working on computers for closing in on 30 years, now; Computer-Aided Drafting (insert finger in throat and make gagging sound) but seriously, the job has been lucrative enough to enable me to travel pretty often to great places, which is where most of my current crop of photos come from.
I hope to continue to take photos on future travels, and start taking more closer to home, now that I have this outlet for displaying them. (happy-dance)