Roberta Pyx Sutherland is a Canadian artist based on Hornby Island. From her first solo exhibition at the Victoria Art Gallery in the 1980’s her work has focused on the relationships of cosmic patterning, divine intelligence, the environment and the interconnectivity of all life forms.
A prolific artist, Sutherland uses a wide range of media in her work including paints, pigments, natural dyes and inks, photography and handmade papers. She also creates site-specific installations, the most well-known an Andy Warhol tribute for the Hornby Island Arts Council, one of the world’s largest Tomato Soup Cans. Most recently Sutherland created a Lenten installation for the Chapel Gallery of Victoria’s St. Matthias Anglican Church.