I'll post updates about what I'm up to below and on social media, but please do get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about my work.
I'm really pleased to have been selected to exhibit at Art in the Pen Thirsk 2019! It takes place on Sat 20th & Sun 21st July 2019 at Thirsk Auction Mart YO7 3AB, 10am to 4pm - £3 entry - under 16's free.
Art in the Pen is a fantastic art and craft fair that runs each year in Thirsk and Skipton Auction Marts. Over 130 artists transform cattle pens into galleries to sell their original work, chat to visitors and meet other art and craft enthusiasts. It's a wonderful opportunity to discover new, emerging and established talent.
On Saturday 16th March 2019 I'm running a day long workshop introducing linocut printing using the reduction method - i.e. using just one block and a process of overprinting to produce a complete range of tones and colours.
I've got a spot at the winter Leeds Print Fair, to be held at the Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane on Saturday 17th November 2018 between 10am and 4pm. Entry is free and there'll be thirty printmaking artist showing and selling their work, so if you're in the area, please pop in and see what there is to buy!
If you’re in or around Richmond, North Yorkshire during November, check out the Unit 6 Studio #50under50 exhibition - I have my ‘Saltburn Viaduct’ linocut print in the show.
Organised by resident artist and curator Lou Gilmore-George, the 50 under 50 exhibition showcases the work of 50 artists that fits the 'under 50' theme (the work can be either under 50cm or under £50).
There will be a launch/private view night on Thursday 1st November between 6.30 - 8.30pm. The exhibition is open for the whole of November from 11am-2pm on weekdays.
From Sat 20th until Sun 28th October my framed limited edition prints will be displayed in The Guisborough Bookshop as part of the Kindred Guisborough Festival Art Trail. Local artists' work are being showcased in various independent shops and eateries around Guisborough in the week leading up to the Kindred Guisborough Festival (26th - 28th Oct).
In Odd Socks Cafe Laundrette on Auckland Street there will be photographs of British launderettes, in The Sitting Room on Church Street there will be some abstract artwork, and in Dandies and Dames on Westgate more photographic work can be seen.
I'll also be selling my lino prints and cards on Sat 27th October from 10am - 5pm in the Artist and Makers Market at the Market Cross on Westgate - so if you're planning a visit, come along and say hello!
I have a stall at the Kindred Guisborough Festival as part of the Artist and Makers Market.
Run by a group of Guisborough Creatives supported by Tees Valley Arts and the Co-op, Kindred Guisborough is a three day event of art, craft, music and poetry.
It takes place from Fri 26th - Sun 28th October and I'll be selling my lino prints and cards on Sat 27th October from 10am - 5pm in the Artist and Makers Market at the Market Cross on Westgate - so if you're planning a visit, come along and say hello!
I have a stall at the 15th Guisborough Forest Festival!
Hosted by the Friends of Guisborough Forest & Walkway, the festival takes place on Sunday 9th September 2018 at Pinchinthorpe, TS14 8HD Guisborough. A free park and ride bus service to the festival will operate from Fountain Street car park on Rectory Lane, Guisborough.
There will be ancient crafts, music, birds of prey, street theatre and many arts/crafts and food stalls. I'll be selling my lino prints and cards in the main arena - so if you're planning a visit, come along and say hello!
Delighted to have a few pictures selected for the 'Emerging Artists 2018' exhibition at Bils & Rye gallery in Kirbymoorside, North Yorkshire.
The prints I've submitted are - 'Huntcliff Ripples' (last one), 'Saltburn Viaduct' and 'Print-bombing Seagull' - see LIMITED EDITIONS
The exhibition launches with a preview show on the 1st September 2018 from 1pm - 6pm and all are welcome - see their Facebook event page, and the exhibition runs until 2nd November 2018.
Bils & Rye is a lovely eclectic art gallery specialising in sculpture, ceramics, fine art paintings and prints by British and International artists. There is a relaxed, informal atmosphere in the gallery and settees and stools placed around the gallery encourage a hands on approach to viewing the artworks - it's well worth a visit (and you can buy a framed print if the mood takes you!).
I've just become a member of Network Artists North East, an independent association of professional artists living and working in the North East of England, with the aim to provide a service to artists individually and collectively through networking and a programme of opportunities and events to aid and further their practice. Check out my profile on their website!
I've got a spot at the first Leeds Print Fair SUMMER, to be held at the Holy Trinity Church, Boar Lane on Saturday 9 June 2018 between 10am and 5pm. Entry is free and there'll be thirty printmaking artist showing and selling their work, so if you're in the area, please pop in and see what there is to buy!
Just put my new Facebook business page live (https://www.facebook.com/susenoble). Feel free to take a look, like and share! (...if you like).
I have a kokeshi doll sat on my mantlepiece which I've always loved - so decided to turn it into a linocut print. I am printing as an open edition, in various colour combinations and have also been experimenting with chine-collé using japanese origami paper - it's a is a technique that allows you to add colour to your prints without making another block.
My multi-block print of some french ducks - "Coin-coin" will be exhibited as part of the Teesside Print Prize 17 Exhibition at Saabat Gallery (the competition is in partnership with Teesside Print Group, Saabat Gallery and Tees Valley Arts).
The exhibition starts at 4pm on Friday 3rd November 2017 and will run until the 3rd January 19th 2018
At the end of August I attended a linocut course delivered by Michael Atkin, founder of Bracken Press. It was a two day intensive course at the end of which I felt I knew an awful lot more than when I arrived. I took home a limited edition of 10 prints and after a little more work in my home studio, I produced this image of Roseberry Topping, viewed from Guisborough.