Sue Martin

Sue credits her school art teacher Bill Ogilvie with enthusing her about art although she eventually chose a very different career path in the corporate world. She has always loved colour and especially the Fauves period.
Previously a gallery owner with her late husband, she encouraged many aspiring artists but did not have the time to pursue her painting and finally picked up the brushes when her mother, a successful artist but now deceased, developed macular degeneration and persuaded Sue to have a go. She subsequently took lessons with Patrick Moss, Glenda Wise, Joan Harris and more recently Charlie Tong. Sue works in oils and prefers portraiture and still life although she has recently extended her interests to garden scenes and floral illustration on commission. These works represent several years’ retrospective work and now, after a three year hiatus following life threatening medical issues, she is painting with renewed vigour finding great joy in the use of colour.

Upcoming Exhibitions

For those who missed out on It Hao Pheh’s popular exhibition at the gallery last year, we have an exhibition of his new work to look forward to in May 2017.

 

New Beginnings

It was a pleasure showcasing It Hao Pheh in our 2016 exhibition entitled, In the Beginning. The exhibition was hugely successful with many of his beautiful works now gracing the walls of  homes.

For those of you who missed out on last year’s exhibition, It Hao Pheh is preparing for another exhibition at Five Ways Galleries, Kalorama in May of this year. Hope to see you there.