The work of Sue Williamson is about looking, contemplation and absorbing a sense of time and place and the evocation of fragmented memories of experiences. Sue’s focus is upon translating personal experiences of places she has been to and recreating them pictorially with the intention of conveying sensations of moving through architectural spaces. The interplay between light and shadow that occurs at different times of day; the highlighting of shape and pattern; the subtlety and drama of colour changes brought about by fluctuating light on surface. She begins from first hand experiences and supports her evolving ideas with reference to her photographs and drawings. Colour, light, space and form are at the core of her interest.
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