The work of Randi Siu is not just energetic brushstrokes-it is full of life. The shapes, symbols and anthropomorphic forms radiates throughout the use of colour. The surfaces from canvas to canvas are consistently full of light. There exists an ethereal quality and in the obvious is supported by shapes of sail, steam, turbulence reminiscent of the great British J.M.W. Turner. Her work being somewhat more abstracted, the mystery and beguile remains throughout the work.
— Tom Butterfield MBE, Bermuda Masterworks Museum founder


Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017    Albert Lea Art Center, Albert Lea, Minnesota, Hearts & Flowers

2015    Liquid Art House, Boston, Massachusetts, Boom Boom

2015    NewTV Gallery, Newton Highlands, Massachusetts, Anima

2015    M2L, Boston, Massachusetts, Shades in Time

2014    Kent Newton Salon, Boston, Massachusetts, Love & Landscapes

2014    Copley Fairmont Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, Amore

2013    Gallery 601, Boston, Massachusetts, From Montana with Love xxx

2013    Art New England, Boston, Massachusetts, Art in Residence 

2013    Galleria Fine Arte, Stowe, Vermont, Amoroso!

2013    Albright Gallery, Concord, Massachusetts, Paintings with Positive Energy

2013    The Cooley Gallery, Leesburg, Virginia, On Fire

2012    29 Newbury, Boston, Massachusetts, Dragon/Heart

2012    Art New England, Boston, Massachusetts, Art in Residence

2012    Topnotch Resort & Spa, Stowe, Vermont, Art Everywhere

2012    Suzanne Schultz Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Appassionata!

2012    Neiman Marcus, Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts, Asian Aspects 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2015     Masterpiece Gallery, Boston Design Center, Boston, MA, Design Market

2015     Strand Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts, Truth, Beauty and Change

2015     BNN TV Neighborhood Gallery, Roxbury, Massachusetts, It’s All About the Arts

2015     Liberty Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts,  Gallery Night Series

2014     Boston City Hall,  Boston, Massachusetts, City Hall Exhibit

2014    Masterpiece Gallery, Boston Design Center, Boston, Massachusetts, EXHIBIT III

2014    Liberty Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, Gallery Night Series 

2014    Revolutionary Concord, Concord, Massachusetts, Revolutionary Concord

2014    Cooley Gallery, Leesburg, Virginia, Small Works Show

2013    Gallery  601, Boston, Massachusetts, From Montana With Love XXX

2013     Alternative Art Space Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Color

2013      Neiman Marcus, Copley Place, Boston Massachusetts, From the Heart

2013     Liberty Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, Gallery Night Series

2012     Gleason Library, Carlisle, Massachusetts, Expressions

2012     Fitchburg Museum, Fitchburg, Massachusetts,  77th Annual Arts & Crafts Exhibition

2012     Suzanne Schultz Chelsea Gallery, NYC, NY,  Chelsea Open Studios

2012     Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plains, Massachusetts, Blue

Hospital Exhibitions

2017    Yawkey Outpatient  Cancer Center, Mass General Hospital, Boston, MA, Illuminations

2013    Yawkey Outpatient  Cancer Center, Mass General Hospital, Boston, MA, Illuminations

2012    Yawkey Outpatient  Cancer Center, Mass General Hospital, Boston, MA, Illuminations

Nonprofit Organizations

2019 The American Heart Association, Providence, Rhode Island, Provo Heart Walk

2018    The American Heart Association, Heart & Stroke Ball, Boston, Massachusetts, Street Heart

2018    The Sparrow’s Next of NW Montana, Kalispell, Montana, Art Helping the Homeless

2018    Save Our Hospital (SOH), Albert Lea, Minnesota, Art with Heart


Selected Commissions

2013     Cummins International, Beijing, China, Nine Dragons

2016     Private Collection, San Francisco, California, Promises to Keep

Moments of quiet and peaceful reflection in the setting of gentle evening snowfall proved to be pivotal in my life at three important junctures. In commissioning this painting I asked Randi to capture the serenity of these moments as well as the mystery and sense of potential, using Robert Frost’s ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’ as inspiration. The painting is beautiful and complex. It depicts a moment of stillness and peace before it’s time to re-engage with daily life.
— Arielle Bourgart