Through her non-objective approach, Suzan Globus uses raw materials as both support and paint in her two- and three-dimensional work. She juxtaposes natural and discarded materials like raw canvas and tree bark with bold color in various media or lets the unadulterated material speak for itself. Globus focuses her artistic expression on creating a new way of seeing overlooked environmental and cultural issues, specifically gender equality and the fraying relationship between humankind and the natural environment.
Globus credits her formative years spent in Japan as the strongest influence on her work. She has exhibited work in museums in New Jersey and New York as well as juried and solo exhibits. Her art is in private collections across the country.