BA (Hons) in Fine Art 2005 Thames Valley University, Reading

She works from a studio in Mortimer, Hants and regularly exhibits work in UK.

She has works in collections across the UK, Japan, USA & Dubai

 

SELECTED RECENT EXHIBTIONS:

2015 Spring Exhibition, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
2014 Late Summer Exhibition, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
2013 Affordable Art Fair Bristol, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Affordable Art Fair Battersea, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  New Works: Sarah Wiseman Gallery
2012 Affordable Art Fair, Bristol, May, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Affordable Art Fair Battersea, October, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
2011 Affordable Art Fair, Bristol, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
   Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Park, Sarah Wiseman Gallery 
2010 Affordable Art Fair, Bristol, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Affordable Art Fair, Battersea Park, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Henley Festival, Henley on Thames, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
2008 'Pausias Passion', Solo Show, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Affordable Art Fair, London, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Glasgow Art Fair, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Bristol Affordable Art Fair, Sarah Wiseman Gallery 
2007 Sarah Wiseman Gallery Mixed Exhibition
  Bristol Affordable Art Fair, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Affordable Art Fair, London, Sarah Wiseman Gallery
  Christmas Exhibition, Sarah Wiseman Gallery

                   

Notes on caring for your painting:

Wax paintings stand the test of time.  You can see portraits in the British Museum that are still intact and some are believed to be over 2000 years old.
Clients frequently ask us 'Will the wax melt?'  Beeswax melts at around 150C, so as Sue says herself, 'if the wax on your painting is melting, there isn't a problem with the wax, but your house may be on fire!'                                                                                                
Wax does prefer heat to cold however, and it can happily withstand heat generated from lighting, but at the opposite end of the scale, it does not like freezing temperatures.  It is preferable not to place the piece directly in front of a sunlit window on an extremely hot day as, like with all paintings, fading could occur.
One of the beauties of the wax is that it is very tactile and, while it looks fragile, is actually quite robust.  A natural resin is added to the wax, which allows the wax to harden even further over time.

Like any painting, it is susceptible to damage from a hard knock.  Should this happen it can easily be repaired.  Obviously, once hung, the painting is perfectly safe.
Lastly, if necessary, the painting can be cleaned with tepid water on a damp cloth and polished afterwards.