For more than 50 years, esteemed sculptor and artist Susan Murar has been working, creating art for the ages.


Her artistic talent began in theatre but her vision has moved her to sculpting an eclectic body of monumental sculpture as well as art focused around the celebration and beauty of life.


In more recent years, along with sculpting, she has found her profound calling, producing esoteric literary writings in which she has channeled as a Clairaudient. Her enlightened abilities make her one of the most unique and highly connected woman artists of our time.


Murar’s works have been recognized in private collections,

government institutions and within exhibitions across the globe, and yet she is virtually a hidden gem. 


With a dedication to art and her pursuit to build bridges around women’s equality in the highly competitive art establishment, Murar continues to be an activist for progress.


Murar has studied in Canada and the U.S. and has 

earned the following degrees.


- cum laude BA from California State University Northridge, CA


- MFA from Ohio University, Athens, OH 


- AOCAD U - Toronto, Ont. 

  (Advanced) Ontario College of Art and Design University

Awards & Achievements:

Murar’s work can be found in the Government of Canada: Library and Archives (14 bronzes in the permanent collection in Gatineau Quebec), the University of Calgary / Special Collections : MacKimmie Library (drawings and sculpture), Stratford Shakespeare Festival and Archives (medallions, plaques and sculpture), Home Children Canada and has Internationally Represented Canada : Juried - exhibitions and workshops in Finland, Sweden, Italy, England, across the United States and Canada, coast to coast. She has also worked with the late Dora de Pedery-Hunt and is a member of the International Federation of Medallists (F.I.D.E.M.), based in France.