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Sue Riley BA (Hons)

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About Sue Riley

Sue Riley was born in London. In 1971 she graduated from Portsmouth College of Art with a first class Honours degree in Fine Art. Her sculptures in Clay, Plaster, Bronze and Bronze Resin as well as other media, are frequently based on the female form, often inspired by the ballet with its movement and flow and its exhilarations and its exhaustions. They have been described as `Fleeting glimpses` capturing the essence of the feminine.

Exhibition History of Sue Riley

Solo Exhibition
2009 - Tribute to statues Photography.Sculpture, The Panic Room, West Kent College
2008 - Balcony Installation/video, The Panic Room, West Kent College
2008 - Wonderland site specific installation, Avery Hill

Group Exhibitions
2010 - Fine Line, Degree Show, Vyner Street Gallery, London
2010 - Fine Line, Degree Show, Plastic Paradise, Ashhurst Studios, West Kent College
2009 - BA Contemporary Drawing, Ashhurst Studios, West Kent College
2006 - ArtParks International Limited, Guernsey

Biography / CV of Sue Riley

Sue Riley was born in London, in 1971 she graduated from Portsmouth College of Art with a first class Honours degree in Fine Art, and now works from her studio in West Norfolk

Artist Statement of Sue Riley

Sue Riley is an artist and teacher of Design and Technology who lives and works in London. Her artistic practice encompasses painting, photography, video and sculpture. The medium of red and green florescent perspex has been her primary source of material used in her B. A. Hons Fine Art Degree shows. She uses Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator with laser technology to engrave and cut said material to create sculptures and transform found images and her photographic research into succulent, lush, translucent sculptures and plastic canvases to display her neoclassical images. Where these images catch the light, they often deceive the viewer and support the opulence of historical and consumer themes.
These primary themes stem from childhood fascinations of beautiful and dilapidated gravestones, concrete sculptures and mausoleums; the aesthetics and structure of buildings, young and old; observations of the materialistic compulsions of society and an obsession with the beautiful and kitsch. These themes have stimulated the artist`s senses with colour, texture and form and all posses the power to inform, transform and express paradoxical themes through their creation and deterioration.
Her work has taken inspiration from artists such as Naum Gabo, Sarah Baker and Jeff Koons. Whose themes reflect consumerism, lifestyles, humour and architectural perspectives that Sue hopes to express within her work

Acquisitions / Collections of work by Sue Riley

Collections
2000 - Site Specific commissioned Group Project, Interactice Educational Signage and Information. Woodlands Farm Trust. Shooters hill, London

Qualifications / Education of Sue Riley

2010 - BA Hons Fine Art, University of Greenwich
2000 - BA Hons (Design and Technology) QTS, University of Greenwich
1997 - Foundation course in Design and Technology, University of Greenwich
1996 - A Level Art and Design, Erith College

Teaching Experience

1997 - Access to Teaching, Bromley College

Price Range of Work

Sue Riley's work has a price range from £1,450 to £2,995

Mediums utilised

Sue Riley's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

Sue Riley's work is found in the following categories on site:
Dance Sculptures and Ballet Sculptures (5)
Garden Or Yard / Outside and Outdoor Sculptures (5)
Ballet Dancer Ballerina Classical Dance Sculptures Statues statuettes Figurines (4)
Abstract Dance / Dancer Sculptures (3)
Human Form: Abstract Sculptures (3)
Stylized People Sculptures (3)
Females Women Girls Ladies Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines (3)
Sensual Sculptures or Statues (2)
Male Men Youths Masculine Statues Sculptures statuettes figurines (2)
Nudes, Female Sculptures
Couples or Group Sculptures
Torsos Sculptures or Chests of Men and Women Females Girls Children Statues statuery statuettes
Nudes / Male Sculpture
Nude Garden Yard Outdoor Outside Sculptures Statues
Portrait Sculptures / Commission or Bespoke or Customised Sculptures
Interior, Indoors, Inside Sculpture
Happiness / Joy / Exuberance / Wild Pleasure sculpture
Proud of Pride In Self Confidence sculpture statue statuette
Indoor Inside Interior Abstract Contemporary Modern Sculpture / statue / statuette / figurine
Nude sculpture statue statuette Figurine Ornament
Human Figurative Sculptures

ArtParkS Sculpture Park Yearly exhibitions

Sue Riley's work has been exhibited at the following yearly exhibitions held at the ArtParkS sculpture park:
2007 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2006 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
2005 ArtParkS Sculpture Park Exhibition
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