Since the pandemic and its gravity I've left deep, dark and Jean Gebser philosophically inspired work in favour of paintings that are remembered feelings of places and weathers from different seasons and parts of Scotland. I find myself with a something similar in sense to déjà vu, triggered through perhaps similar seasonal light or weather conditions to experiencing being somewhere else, very vividly for a moment. Or perhaps that it's just that I'm missing seeing those places and my mind is giving me a little taste of remembered delight.
Susan spent many of her early years in Edinburgh and now lives in the Cairngorm National Park on periphery of Aberdeenshire. She is a graduate of the University of the Highlands and Islands where she studied Fine Art. In 2017 Susan was awarded The John Gray Award (RSW) and in 2018 The Turcan Connell Award (RSW).
Clearing (watercolour, ink)
118 x 144 cm framed (unglazed) £2,200