Susannah Montague received her BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design in the sculpture department. She also attended the Ontario University of Art and Design where she specialized in figurative work and anatomy and studied at the Vancouver Film School.
In 1996 the BC Ceramic Gallery recognized Susannah as the Top Emerging Ceramic Artist in British Columbia and awarded her studio space for the year.
Susannah developed her sculptural work and exhibited and sold her work in Vancouver and Los Angeles. Susannah was also involved in many Interior Design and Art Installations for major night clubs and restaurants in Vancouver.
In 1999 Susannah was selected as one of 30 founding artists for the C.O.R.E. Artist Live Work Studios in Vancouver, BC and she made this her home and studio for 10 years.
Susannah became a member of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E.) where she worked in the departments of Sculpture, Props, Set Decoration and Art Department. Susannah gained an extensive knowledge of sculptural technique, mold making and materials during her years in film.
In 2005 Susannah was awarded a Canada Council Grant. The grant was an honour that allowed her to delve into a series of ceramic sculptures representing blastocysts and the first 5 days after human conception.
Susannah completed an Artist In Residence program with Bowen Island School in 2016
She was in a group show "Sea to Sky" in 2016
Susannah's Solo Show "Out of My Head" was at the Gallery on Bowen Island in 2017.
On September 6th 2017 Susannah was featured by Danielle Krysa, on her website www.thejealouscurator.com.