Exhibition news and CV

Exhibitions in 2020

The Sea is Here several of my long-exposure photographs are featured in an art book on the theme of ‘absence as presence’ published in October 2020. For more information on the project, the artists involved and the book click here.

ING Discerning Eye 2020 my drawing ‘yellow flats, Trinity Buoy Wharf’ has been selected for this show, which this year is online only. So you will be able to view the whole show from your armchair from Thursday 19 November to Thursday 31 December 2020. I will put a link here and you should be able to find details on their website too.

Royal West of England Academy (RWA) Open Exhibition 2020 my drawing ‘portakabins, Clapham Junction’ has been selected for this show. The exhibition will run at the RWA in Bristol from 21 November 2020 to 7 March 2021. Under the restrictions applying from early November, the gallery will not be open, but you can view all the work online. When the gallery reopens, you may need to book your visit in advance and the gallery may be open for reduced hours, so do check their website before visiting.

Found in Translation an HB Drawing group online show launched on 1 July 2020, showcasing selected work springing from our long-term project to ‘draw from drawings’, following the historical tradition of apprentices to the masters.

Diana Armfield Memorial Competition Exhibition – at the Barn Church, Kew TW9 4HF from Tuesday 25 February to Sunday 1 March 2020.

postponed from June – details TBC       SFSA Drawing Open 2020 – at No Format Gallery, Deptford, London SE14 6BN. 

postponed from March – details TBC MAP – an exhibition across three galleries in Kent including Beach Creative, Herne Bay.


Su is exploring her life-long interest in drawing, making books and textiles. Her work explores the connections between current and past selves, and the role of memory and construction in the narrative of our lives.  In looking at the multiple ways we present ourselves, she is influenced by the perspective of being a twin: always together yet always separate.

She completed the MA Drawing course at UAL Wimbledon in September 2017, and previously studied under artists including: Jeanette Appleton, Clare Bryan, Sarah Bryant, Tony Hull and Lin Kerr.

She is a member of HB Drawing.

Previous Exhibitions


Snapshot – an HB Drawing group show at NoFormat Gallery, Deptford, London SE14 6BN. See images on the HB Drawing website here.

Hollow Chambers, Crypt Gallery, Euston Road, London NW1 2BA

Signature Art Prize 2018/19, Trinity Art Gallery, London City Island, E14 – finalist


Seven Artists at Sevenoaks – new work inspired by the British Museum Archives, Kaleidscope Gallery, Sevenoaks, Kent: see more on the HB Drawing site

Elbow Room vol 19 August 2018 includes my photographic work. You can buy it online here.

Derwent Art Prize 2018, Mall Galleries, London SW1 – shortlisted

Dissecting the Archive, Wimbledon College of Arts, London SW19

Open Studios, The Black Barn, Sandy Lane, Iken, Suffolk IP12 2HE

My Muybridge, Kingston Museum, Kingston, Surrey

Kingston Artists Open Studios, Hawks Road Studios, Kingston, Surrey

SFSA Drawing Open 2018,  No Format Gallery, Deptford, London SE8


Reflections and Transformations, part of Merton Arts Festival 2017, 26 Paces Gallery, Wimbledon College of Arts, London SW19

Unframed – work inspired by the British Museum Prints and Drawings Department, Wimbledon College of Arts, London SW19

MA Summer Show, Wimbledon College of Arts, London SW19

Exclusive Preview – for one night only!, Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon College of Arts, London SW19

Kingston Artists Open Studios, Hawks Road Studios, Kingston, Surrey

New Perspectives, Centre for Recent Drawing, London N1

Same Difference, Cass Artspace, Kingston, Surrey


Drawn Together, Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks, Kent

In the Frame, Wimbledon College of Arts, London SW19

Out of Line, Centre for Recent Drawing, London N1


We All Draw @UAL, The Bargehouse, London SE1

Becoming a Line, solo project, The Bargehouse, London SE1


Artists Books, Riverside Gallery, Richmond, Surrey


Winchester School of Art Library, Artists’ Book Collection