| Born 1928,
Sue Sumi Tabuchi is a sumi-e artist whose work was featured in the 1978 Japanese Canadian Centennial exhibition. She began to learn sumi-e techniques from her father at the age of two, and later went on to develop a watercolour style based on traditional sumi-e techniques. She usually depicts subjects from nature, such as flowers or trees.
In addition to the Centennial Exhibition, Tabuchi’s work has been exhibited at the University of Waterloo, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto-Dominion Centre, Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, and many galleries across Ontario. She has taught various classes and workshops on sumi-e technique, and her work is in the permanent collection of the Lindsay Gallery as well as private collections.