The Work of Dr Susan Poole UKCPS VPSGFA

Award Winning Fine Artist & Archaeologist

Susan Poole has a mixed art and academic background. After a degree in Philosophy in London she took an MA in Fine Art from Surrey Institute of Art and Design. However, she spent some years away from Practice researching art and archaeology in the pre-historic Aegean, gaining an MA (Distinct) and PhD from University College London. She has recently published her book analysing the human figure in Bronze Age Aegean art.

She has won a number of awards for her art work which has been shown in many national and international exhibitions, including those held at the Royal Academy, Mall Galleries, the Bankside Gallery, and the Westminster Gallery London.

She is currently working on a series of paintings in the ancient medium of egg tempera from drawings she made of artefacts and relief sculptures in the British Museum.

Her drawings, watercolours and etchings are held in private collections in the UK and abroad.

She has published in the Artist, and her work features in the book The Society of Graphic Fine Art, 100 Years.

Society memberships:

Vice President Society of Graphic Fine Art.
Associations of Art Historians.
Signature member, UK Coloured Pencil Society.

Upcoming Exhibitions:

Mall Galleries, London, exhibition postponed until 2021 due to Covid 19. Date to be confirmed.

Recent Archaeological Publications:

An Analysis of the human figure in Aegean art