Looking forward to taking part in the Artist’s Open House which is part of Dulwich Festival over 2 weekends this May. I’ll be showing a new series of Dress paintings alongside fine art photographer Richard Woodhouse, at his studio at 131 Fawnbrake Ave, London SE24 0BG 11am – 6pm 13-14 and 20-21 May. http://dulwichfestival.co.uk/artists-open-house/suzsi-corio/
‘Margaux’s Dress in its new home in Atlanta, USA. Nice to see it on the wall, 2,404 miles away!
I’ve just donated 2 postcard sized original paintings (including this one and the pale pink one in the previous post)to White Stuff’s Charity postcard gallery, to be displayed and hopefully sold in the shop along with many other local artists’ original work on Thursday 17th November from 6-9pm.
Each original piece of work will be sold for £15 and includes a mount with all proceeds going to the Dog Kennel Hill adventure playground. White Stuff is at 28-30 Lordship lane East Dulwich, London SE22 8HJ. Some of the work is already on show in the shop. Do come along if you’re in the area on 17th.
Postcard sized painting for Charity art auction at White Stuff in East Dulwich SE22 Thursday 17th November.
My painting is one of 160 selected for the National Open Art show at Mercers Hall , Ironmonger Lane LONDON EC2V 8HE
27 October – 4 November 2016 * opening hours vary each day.
Pleased to announce that my painting ‘Aurelia’s Dress’ has been selected for the National Open Art exhibition at Mercer’s Hall in the City of London from 27 October to 4 November 2016. The judges included David Remfry RA, Vogue’s Robin Muir, art critic Lorenzo Belenguer and Fiona Kingsman from the Tate.
Please vote for my painting ‘Aurelia’s Dress’ in the World Art Vote – the painting with most votes will automatically be included in the London show in the Autumn. Here is the link to vote, thanks
I’ll be showing 2 large paintings as a diptych in a group show at Safehouse, Copeland rd London SE15 8-11 July.
I did a couple of quick paintings depicting the sea last week. I started by priming the canvases with gesso which I applied with a palette knife, then spattered more on top to create a textures surface to start painting on. Painting techniques included scraping paint across the canvas with a palette knife then flicking and splattering more paint on top.