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Sue Dunne

1955 in Colchester, England

Lives and works in 
Hexham, Tynedale, Northumberland

Last update of artist details 
13 May 1996

Price range 
5 to 40

Years experience 

I use the technique of press moulding to create natural forms such as birds and animals. I am inspired by the functional and decorative elements of Chelsea tureens and serving-dishes. Press moulding appeals to me in its capacity for reproducing sometimes very detailed forms. This also gives much scope for individuality in the surface texture and colour of each piece.

Group exhibitions 
1995 Pot Fest (94, 95 and 96), Penrith Cattle Market
1995 Cockerels, Cats and Cabbages, Cornmill Gallery, Hexham
1994 Christmas Present, Collins Gallery, Glasgow
1994 Fowl Play, Cornmill Gallery, Hexham
1994 Quartet, Queens Hall Arts Centre, Hexham, Northumberland

Dartington Ciderpress Centre, Totnes, Devon
Traffords, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire
Westfield Farm Gallery, Rothbury, Northumberland
Yew Tree Gallery, Slad, Stroud, Gloucestershire
Pinfold, Hexham, Northumberland

1979 Art Teachers Certificate, Sussex Square, Brighton
1977 BA Ceramics, Bath Academy of Art, Corsham

Teaching experience 
1991/96 Adult Education, Pottery, Queen Elizabeth High School, Hexham

Professional societies 
Tynedale Artists Network

Art skills 

Nature; own gender (Female)

Languages spoken 

Click to see a larger version of Sue Dunne's Work
Mallard drake, 1996

Click to see a larger version of Sue Dunne's Work
Pigeon, 1996

Click to see a larger version of Sue Dunne's Work
Canada goose, 1995



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