To celebrate the launch of the Rye Society of Artists’ (RSA) new website, Rye News continues to profile one of their artists each week – including links to their website and social media accounts so you can keep up-to-date on their activities.
You can view some of the RSA member’s work at their Spring Exhibition, entitled ‘There will be Growth in Spring’, at Rye Art Gallery, which opened on Monday April 12. In addition, the RSA will be hosting their 70th Anniversary Summer Show later in 2021.
This week, the artist in focus is Sue Jameson
Sue first studied in Carlisle and then went on to Goldsmiths College. She won a travelling scholarship to Italy and then completed an advanced course in printmaking at Central School of Art.
She has exhibited nationally and internationally including solo shows in London, USA and Japan.
Sue’s inspiring engagement with the natural world was established as a child growing up in the Lake District. Now living on the coast, her recent paintings take inspiration from the sea. Sue delights in observing the water and is fascinated by the constant lunar cycle of transient tides. The theme of her newest work is the changing interplay of moonlight and sunlight on the water’s swelling and rippling surface.
You can see more of Sue’s work on the RSA website
Image Credits: Sue Jameson .