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Following a creative career as a Garden Designer, during which time I was lucky enough to win a medal for my garden design at Chelsea Flower Show; I went on to study Fine Art at Epsom University for the Creative Arts.  I chose the specialities of Printmaking and Abstract Acrylics with a horticultural bias.

Subsequently I attended many specialist Art Classes, with Horticultural and Abstract themes with high profile tutors and I was encouraged to pursue a career in the Artworld. Health issues intervened, but encouraged after my recovery, I realised that Indirect Mark Making with various kinds of Printmaking is what I enjoy best.


I attended courses with well-known Printmakers, who pushed me to produce the different and specialised works I now sell.  Whilst I admire the more traditional works of my artist colleagues, I generally prefer to take a more tangential route to satisfy my love of vibrant colour.

I have belonged to various Surrey Art Clubs and had work accepted at The Society of Women’s Artists in London.


I've never taken the art world too seriously. My family call me Course Girl, as I'm always exploring new ideas and techniques.

Sue, with Provencial Cherries at Dorking Group of Artists Exhibition

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