About the Artist
Sue is an Artist, Printmaker, Tutor, Co-Founder of the Cambridge Original Printmakers Biennale and passionate about print.
Sue teaches printmaking workshops at the ACE Foundation, Stapleford Granary, Gainsborough House, Sudbury, is an Artist Facilitator with Kettles Yard, Cambridge University. At Stoneman Press, her own studio, at Wimbish, Saffron Walden, Sue delivers printmaking workshops, Print Club, Open Access, Artist group sessions and Visiting Artists workshops. Sue has taught at The British Museum, Blenheim Palace, the Fitzwilliam Museum, Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology, to name a few. She has 17 years experience as Lead Tutor and Studio Manager at the Curwen Print Study Centre.
Sue’s abstract prints draw on the landscape, environment, chaos and control, for inspiration and are visual diaries documenting personal journeys, balancing the contrast of the manmade and organic, the painterly mark to the structured line. These are infused with a sense of mystery, drama, colour and space to create new unseen emotional landscapes. Her Monotypes, are constructed of multiple layers and varying printmaking techniques, over long periods of time, like a painting through print. Currently Sue is working with Monotypes, and developing Wood Engraving skills. Sue exhibits with Church Street Gallery, Saffron Walden and Cambridge Contemporary Art