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Exhibitons and Awards:

Susan has had Art work selected for the following national group exhibitions:

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
Society of Graphic Fine Art (Best in Show).

Wildlife Artist of the Year Competition (runner up to winner).
Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors & Gravers (Margaret Ryder Award for Best Non Member's work; Gold Bowl Honourable Mention).
Association of Animal Artists (Heptathlon Award).
UK Coloured Pencil Society (The Coloured Pencil Shop Creative Competition Award).
The Pencil Society (Reserve Best in Show).
Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour.

Society of Equestrian Artists.
Society of Wildlife Artists.
Society of Women Artists.

Background and Publications:

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 (BAR Archaeological publishers) .

She has been a regular contributor to the Leisure Painter  on various subjects including painting in egg tempera, working with coloured pencils, the value of using sketchbooks, composition and finished graphite pencil drawings, reduction linocut and wood engraving. Sketchbook work from Botswana was featured in the SGFA sketchbook series. Her drawings and etchings are also included in the book The Society of Graphic Fine Art, 100 Yearsand in the article Meet the Artist Dr Susan Poole SGFA Winner - artistpapers.co.uk (full article HERE). 

Her book, Drawn to Animals; an artist's encounters can be ordered online from Amazon, Waterstones, or Foyles,  Over 100 of Susan's drawings, watercolours, etchings and sketches are featured in this beautifully illustrated book of animal studies, with more than 60 in colour, together with some fascinating facts about each animal and how and where it was seen. front cover againjpg


Email: susan@oldsbrim.co.uk

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