Tuesday, 13 July 2010


My work is beginning to take on an independent life of it's own. Once made it needs to leave home...if you see what I mean?
Atonement (the pelican) has been accepted in the RBSA Print Biennial 2010. The exhibition opens on the 15th July to 21st August. For those of you who are printmaking fans the exhibition is a must. The gallery is round the corner from the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery which is also worth a visit as it has a fantastic collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings. Check out the RBSA web sight for details, www.rbsa.org.uk
These 2 crow images are appearing at Art in Action this year. I am delivering a collagraph workshop on the Saturday and the collagraphs are forming part of the teachers exhibition and one will be in the Nature in Art area.
Art in Action is this weekend 15th -18th July at Waterperry, Oxford. It is an incredible day out for lovers of art, there is every kind of art form being demonstrated and you get to meet makers face to face in action. Sharon Mc Swiney will be in the market place tent and I am running a couple of high speed collagraph workshops on the Saturday afternoon. Come and wave at me. For more details www.artinaction.org.uk


Printed Material said...

Thanks for the ticket offer- definitely next year!. I shall be waving from a distance... have a great day. Lesley xx

A rambling rose said...

Hello Sue - lovely to have found you (from Bridget Farmers blog!) your work is beautiful and inspiring - thank you and I look forward to following what you are up to!

Gloria Freshley said...

Congratulations Sue! These prints are all beautiful and amazing. Thank you!

SCB said...

Aah! I feel nostalgic for Art in Action: when I lived in the UK I went as often as I could. I hope you're having a great, sunny weekend there... Sara