When did you know that you wanted to be an artist? I first realised that I wanted to be an artist when I was about six years old. I was a very shy kid and not particularly great at school work but at break times I would dabble with the pencils and paints. I painted a rabbit
I moved to the U.K. from Toronto in 1987. I have drawn and painted all my life and in late 2009, I finally decided to give up the “day job” and devote all my time to painting. I had moved from London to Devon in 2007.
Investment Wealth Management company Rathbones has officially confirmed that it will be the official title sponsor of the Exeter Art Show.
Suzy is a papercutting artist, surface pattern designer and illustrator, originally from London, now working from her home studio in Exeter. Suzy’s work is intricate and decorative, taking many hours to complete. All Suzy’s papercuts are hand-drawn, then meticulously cut with a blade from a single piece of paper. In 2012 Suzy was chosen as
I create striking abstract paintings in bold colour. I have a particular palette of colours which literally make me feel good! I play with combinations of them in terms of hue, shape, texture and composition. My work is inspired by my life experiences.
Since leaving school Colin has worked as an artist with much of his painting based on life and activities here in the South West. Working in both oils and watercolours he is an elected member of the RI, RSMA and SEA.