"It has been my extreme pleasure to work with and come to know Suzanne, she is an absolute treasure! She is an extremely talented artist, a creative and innovative spirit and a generous and thoughtful Christian woman. 

I am proud to showcase her paintings in my gallery, recommend her for commission work to clients and to count her among my dear friends." 

- Mandy Summers, owner/interior decorator, 
M. Gallery Interiors
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Lexington, 
South Carolina
Playa Tamarindo, Costa Rica
Mt. Pleasant, 
South Carolina
"We have been working with Suzanne for several years now and I can confidently say that she is a pleasure to work with! Her artwork is spectacular, her use of color is pitch perfect and her tropical style and perspective is always a home run with our clientele. Suzanne can also easily work with a client's concepts and ideas to create the perfect original piece. I can't wait to see what she comes up with next." 

- Brian Bratton - owner of Indigo Homes design center

"Suzanne gave me the best gift! Not only do we have a couple of her pieces, but for 20 years I have admired and been inspired by her glorious colorful art. I've always wanted to learn to paint and she did more than teach me to become the artist I want to be. Thank you Suzanne for all the beauty you bring to the world." 

- Melony Stuckey - graphic designer, painter and adult art student
"Suzanne not only creates fantastic art, she also delivers superior customer service. She listened to what I wanted, looked at the space where the art work would be displayed, and created the perfect piece for my mountain home, all for a very reasonable price in a very timely fashion. Thanks, Suzanne, for providing the final touch to my living area!" 

- Cynthia Hall Ouzts - friend and client
Columbia, 
South Carolina
Gauguin's Girls
Charleston, South Carolina
Hendersonville, North Carolina
West Columbia, 
South Carolina
Suzanne’s “Tradewinds” compliments and sets the tone in the CMM 2018 Designer Home featured in Columbia Metropolitan magazine.
“M. Gallery owner and interior designer Mandy Summers-Smith was honored to create this nature-inspired dining room, flowing with soft aquas, deep greens, pale grays, and hints of orange. The fabulous textured tryptic by award-winning artist Melony Stuckey, entitled Fading Away, provided the perfect backdrop for the main dining area. The brilliant progression of colors in Melony’s series is repeated in the china, table linens, and accessories. Award-winning artist Suzanne Wilkins’ beautiful palette in “Tradewinds” complements the dining area and sets the tone for the bar. Mandy says, “Finding the right inspiration and attention to every detail are the hallmarks of great design!”