I’m very flattered to have been selected to take part in an online print drop called ‘The Directors Cut’ , part of Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair.
Here’s a link to my print Suzsi Corio- ‘Towards The Woods’ – The Director’s Cut and here is the whole online gallery:- ‘The Directors Cut’ print drop 8-16 July
I’m especially pleased as I’ve only begun making these sort of one-off monotypes in the last few months, so feel pretty encouraged!
“The Director’s Cut | Launches 08 July 2023
This year we’re delighted to announce the launch of The Director’s Cut. A special online-only Print Drop, 08 – 16 July 2023. The artworks will be available to buy through our website.
The Director’s Cut features an extended selection of Open Call artworks that were shortlisted by our panel of industry experts at the final stage of judging.
“The Director’s Cut is an opportunity to support as many exceptional artists as possible through our online print drop. Each year, due to constraints on physical space, it’s only possible to select a limited number of artworks to be exhibited at the Fair in October. The Director’s Cut was created in recognition of the huge amount of stellar submissions we received from our international artist Open Call.” – Jack Bullen, WCPF Director.
WCPF continues to be a pioneer in the celebration of contemporary original print.”
I’ll be taking part in the Artists’ Open House, again this year on the weekends of May 13-14 and 20-21st, (11am – 6pm ) showing lots of new mixed media paintings, prints & greetings cards. Here are more details:- Directions and map – open studio If you’d like to come & have a look but are not able to visit on those weekends, let me know. I’ll be posting more updates on Instagram
‘The Salt Marshes’ will be on display at the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour 211th Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London.
I’m very flattered to have had a painting selected for this prestigious show for the 4th time – in past years, I’ve had paintings of dresses and the staircase at Kew Gardens in the shows but this is the first year I’ve submitted a landscape.
The exhibition will run from 30 March – 8 April 2023 and If anyone would like an invite to the private view on 29th March, do get in touch with me.
This painting is from my series of views from the salt marshes near Tollesbury and you can see more details about it on the gallery’s online catalogue here:- RI Watercolours Exhibition Catalogue 2023
I went back to one of the private views Summer Exhibition with the family a few days ago and as we went into room V11, it was a thrill to see a red dot by my painting, especially as it was sold before the exhibition had even opened to the public. I was also very pleased to see so many red dots on many of my neighbours’ paintings – I hope you like ‘our wall’ if you are able to visit. The exhibition runs from 21/6 until 21/8:- more information about the Summer Exhibition
Monday was ‘Varnishing Day’ At the Royal Academy and a first chance to see our paintings in this year’s Summer Exhibition. I was very pleased to see my painting in room V11 which has been curated by Farshid Moussavi RA. You can see a video of the whole room here:- a short walk-through room V11 at the Summer Exhibition
My painting of Bradwell, a decommissioned power station seen on the horizon across the salt marshes of Tollesbury in Essex has been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibiton 2022. It’s the 254th exhibition The Summer Exhibition is the world’s largest open submission contemporary art show and has taken place every year without interruption since 1769. The theme of this year’s show is ‘Climate’ and it is co-ordinated by Alison Wilding RA. The exhibition will be open from Tuesday 21 June – Sunday 21 August 2022 10am – 6pm Tuesday to Sunday (last admission 5.30pm) Here’s some more info about it:- About the RA Summer Exhibition 2022
My landscape ‘Bradwell from Tollesbury’ has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2022 – what great news! I nearly didn’t enter, but then decided I’d submit this one about 2 days before the deadline – glad I did now.
The painting is on canvas and is a mixed media landscape of Tollesbury salt marshes in Essex- an unusual and beautiful place with unique vegetation and wonderful light, overlooking the river Blackwell estuary across to Bradwell sands and the decommissioned Bradwell power station. It’s an area that I love to try and capture in paint, ink and collage and this is one of a series I’ve made of the area.
‘The Crown and Greyhound’ has been longlisted for Jackson’s Painting Prize, and they have a ‘People’s Vote’ where you can vote for your favourite paintings. If you’d like to vote for it, and have a chance to win £150 art materials too, the link is here – thanks – Jackson’s Painting Prize – vote here
After a difficult year when it was hard to paint very much (or to update my website at all!!) it was lovely to have news that ‘Welcome to Peckham’ has been pre-selected for the RI Watercolours 2022 exhibition at the Mall Galleries.
It’s a mixed water-media painting of one of my ‘local landmarks’ – The Prince of Peckham. After having several of my dress paintings selected in previous years, it’s flattering to have a painting from one of my very different genres shortlisted for this prestigious exhibition.
I was very pleased to hear that “The Staircase’ has been selected for the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour 2021 exhibition at the Mall galleries, London from 20-29 May (pre-booking for the exhibition is required!) Here’s some more info about my painting:- https://www.mallgalleries.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/royal-institute-painters-water-colours-209th-exhibition/staircase
The RI Watercolours Exhibition 2021 is on until 29th May. Here’s a link to a video of some of the paintings in the main gallery https://youtu.be/D5RZSBtkzHw
Thankyou Artfinder, for the ‘Artist of the Day’ feature. To visit my Artfinder shop, follow the link here:- https://www.artfinder.com/suzsi-corio
2 of my watercolour paintings have been pre-selected for the Royal Institute of Watercolours exhibition at the Mall galleries. ‘Bessie’s Dress’ is a collage made from many fragments of hand painted pieces of paper with varied tartan and plaid effects. I really enjoyed making this painting. ‘Nancy’s Dress’ is a nod to the 20’s, now that we are in the 20’s again but was made before we knew what an awful start to the new decade was to come. Take care and stay safe, everyone.
‘Letrasetland’ mixed media landscape painting is one of the Editors’ picks for August on Artfinder. See more landscape paintings for sale here:- https://www.artfinder.com/suzsi-corio
I’m now selling paintings via Artfinder – this is a detail of ‘Big Rock Mountain’ which featured in their ‘Best of July’ collection. Here is the link https://www.artfinder.com/suzsi-corio More will be added soon.
Art classes now available at my studio in East Dulwich.
I’m now offering small, informal and friendly Art classes in experimental painting techniques for up to 6 people at a time and are suitable for anyone aged 18 or over, whether you are a complete beginner or someone with experience in painting. All classes are 2 and a half hours long and are held on weekdays. Taster sessions are available. For more information and to see the sort of techniques that I can show you, have a look at my instagram feed https://www.instagram.com/studio.se22/ and to see my studio where classes are held, check out https://www.instagram.com/loft.location.londonse22/
or email me for dates and prices
I’m taking part in the artists Open house again this weekend 18-19 May – there’s more info + a map here:- http://dulwichfestival.co.uk/openhouse/suzsi-corio/
I was delighted to hear that both my paintings of vintage dresses have been selected for the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour 2019 exhibition at the Mall Galleries. Mimi’s Dress and Daisy’s Dress will be on show from 3-18 April. Read more:- https://www.mallgalleries.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/royal-institute-painters-water-colours-207th-exhibition ________________________________________________________________________________
I was very pleased to hear that ‘Sugar mountain’ & ‘Ardinia cove’ have both been selected for #RoyalWatercolourSociety Contemporary Watercolour Competition 2019 at #BanksideGallery London in March.
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“Daisy’s Dress and Mimi’s Dress have both been pre-selected by the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London.
Some of my work is available as prints via SaatchiArt here:- SaartchiArt – Suzsi Corio
Here’s one I have recently added:- it’s a collage in mixed media of Havana and Venice combined, slightly adapted for print format from the original which was sold recently to a collector in London. Prints of this artwork are available on paper or canvas, along with more details of it – Cuban Venetian prints available – Saatchiart
The collage is composed of fragments of some of my old paintings and tiny slivers of some of my digital prints and photographs of the cities, some of which I used as image transfers onto textured gesso to recreate the crumbling facades of many of the buildings in both Venice and Havana.
I shall be taking part in the Dulwich Festival Artists’ Open House over 2 weekends this May – 12-13 and 19-20 May, 11am – 6pm, showing a range of paintings and mixed media artworks including landscapes, vintage dress paintings large and small. All work will be for sale. We shall also be exhibiting photography and selling vintage printed scarves at very affordable prices! Here’s a link to more details and a map:-
The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour exhibition is on at the Mall Galleries from 6-21 April 2018 and I’m very happy that my painting has been hung in a great location in the main gallery. If you would like a complimentary ticket to see the show, just send me an email.
There’s more information about it and all the other artists’ work here:- R.I. Exhibition at the Mall Galleries
“Miss Havisham’s Dress’ has been selected for the 206th R.I. Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London which will run from 6-21 April.R.I. Exhibition at the Mall Galleries
‘Miss Havisham’s Dress’ has been pre-selected by the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London.
‘Out of the Wardrobe’ has found a new home after being sold at the NOA17 private view last night. The exhibition is very well curated, with a great variety of work and spreads over several floors of the fabulous Bargehouse Oxo tower wharf, which is an ideal setting for the show.
Bargehouse Oxo Tower Wharf Southbank London | 17 – 26 November 2017
Looking forward to being part of 21st National Open Art Exhibition at the Bargehouse Oxo Tower Wharf Southbank London | 17 – 26 November 2017
FREE ADMISSION Open daily 11am – 6pm (Closes 3pm 17 & 23 Nov)
“Highlights of this free ten-day exhibition event include:
# Works by Damien Hirst, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Cornelia Parker, Gavin Turk, Sir Peter Blake and 14 other internationally acclaimed artists, in the Turkish Tulips Exhibition Portfolio. Housed in the Tulip Gallery and curated by Young British Artist and NOA Vice-President Gavin Turk, this is a spectacle not to be missed.
# The House of Fairytales – a one-of-a-kind immersive experience for children and adults. They’ll be screening their award-winning documentary feature film, Most Likely to Succeed, about the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods on Saturday 25th November. And throughout Sunday 26th, children will be able to make their own film for the House of Fairytales cinema – just book a ticket on Eventbrite and drop in to enjoy this unique creative experience.With all this plus five artists in residence in the Open Art Studio and more attractions to be announced, this is sure to be one of the highlights of the year’s art events calendar.
Entry to the exhibition is free, so come and enjoy a wonderful array of creative and artistic inspiration from the 17 to 26 November at the Bargehouse in London’s Oxo Tower.”
Very pleased to hear that ‘Out of the Wardrobe’ will be staying out of the wardrobe for a bit longer as it has been selected for the National Open Art show at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower in Novermber. More details to follow nearer the time. Many thanks to everyone who voted for it in the #WorldArtVote
“Out of the Wardrobe’ has been shortlisted for the National open art competition 2017, and therefore eligible for the ‘World art Vote’ – please click this link to vote if you like it!Please vote here – World art vote
oil, gesso, image transfer on canvas
I shall be taking part in a group show – Salon des Refusés 1-4 June 2017
at Candid Arts Trust, 3-5 Torrens Street, Islington, London EC1V 1NQ
Do come along if you are in the area – should be fun!
I’m taking part in a group show at the Menier gallery from Tuesday 23rd until Saturday 27th May for a very worthwhile cause Elephant in the Room exhibition
I’m taking part in the the Artists’ Open house event again this month . It’s on this weekend only :- 20-21 May from 11am to 6pm . Details here – http://dulwichfestival.co.uk/artists-open-house/suzsi-corio/
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