Expressionistic landscape painter, printmaker and ceramic artist Sue Anderson lives and works in Victoria. She completed a Bachelor of Education at Melbourne State College in 1983. Anderson’s unique visual language is inspired by days spent out in the Australian landscape, observing, drawing and reflecting. During her time as artist in residence at The Art Vault in Mildura in 2018, she spent many days walking along the Murray River, and one special day on the ancient sand lunette of Lake Mungo.
Anderson has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne and Sydney, and her work has been included in several significant group exhibitions including ‘Domain of the other’ at the National Gallery of Victoria in 1994. Her most recent solo exhibition, Paths to Trees, was held at Australian Galleries, Sydney. Anderson has also recently been selected as a finalist in the 2020 Wyndham Art Prize. Her work is held by numerous collections including the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Artbank, Sydney and several university and regional galleries.
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