About

Sue's mission, "to brighten the world, one art piece at a time!"

Originally from Liverpool in the UK, Sue emigrated to Australia in 2006 and made her home in Western Australia with her husband and two children.
Sue draws her inspiration from nature and the wildlife that surrounds us. A self-taught artist, Sue likes to use a variety of mediums and enjoys getting out of her comfort zone and trying new techniques, the latest being scratchboard art, or scraper board as it is alternatively called.

Education

Self-taught artist

Exhibitions

2017 - Ellenbrook Arts Members Exhibition
2017 - City of Stirling Art Awards
2017 - City of Coburn Art Awards
2017 - City of Bassendean Art Awards
2017 - City of Melville Art Awards
2017 - Ellenbrook Arts - Art Awards (Highly Recommended Award)
2017 - Group Exhibition - “Makuru”, Zig Zag Gallery, Kalamunda

20cm (W) x 25cm (H)
Scratchboard - A scratchboard is a Masonite Board, covered with a layer of white clay and thinly covered with a layer of black ink. The image is scratched into the board to reveal the white clay using a selection of scratching tools, like knives and sandpaper. Coloured India ink or watercolours are used to add colour and depth to the board.
$180