We are so pleased to announce artist Sue Clyne will be painting one of her masterpieces at The Norfolk Gallery on Bank Holiday Monday 1st May from 10.00 to 15.00. Please come and have a look – we’re sure you’ll enjoy!
Sue’s method involve looking and feeling a picture. Being open to change as a picture takes shape, she allows the work to flow. It is these qualities that take each artwork to an exploratory journey that can often reveal an inner sanctum. From Mother Nature itself, Sue portrays characters in animals , oceans, trees, clouds, and colour. The process begins from a view of something that could be earthy or captured midstream floating in the sky or on a distant horizon. The seed having sown is then taken forward patiently and starts to evolve from vision onto canvas. Her preferred medium is acrylic which brings a bold strong response. The abundance of colour enhances the energy that comes from within the artist herself and transfers consistently onto the canvas. As the subject matter creates a story, so the colour produces mood and music – the tonal light and shade is seen to dance confidently as the painting lifts from two to three dimension.