Suzanne Parisien Frank
Born in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada, Suzanne has resided in the United States for the past thirty years.
Suzanne started working with porcelain clay in 1988,
making unique items of jewelry, then shifted to a serious figurative sculpture artist in 1994. Mostly self taught, she has created over three thousand works of art, including busts, nudes, children themes, flappers,
spirits, animals and more. She also does commissioned work for select customers.
Suzanne now lives in Melbourne, Florida with her author husband, where she has her studio and conducts private classes. In 2005 and 2006 she worked with the Brevard School Board and VSA teaching clay art to over 1,000 special need students. Later, she organized an art program for the Devereux students in Brevard. She also taught clay art to students at R.L. Stevenson School of the Arts.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright
presently owns two of her art pieces which is displayed in her office in Washington. One of her torsos has a permanent home at the Foosner Art Museum in Brevard.
She also is a proud board member of the Creative Arts Foundation of Brevard and an Indialantic Rotarian. She and fellow artist, Eulaine Eri, have opened an art gallery named, "Art & Soul Gallery" at 12 Stone St. Cocoa Village Fl.