Susannah Paterson (b. 1960, Scotland)
Currently Showing a selection of paintings and pottery at Hypmotive Hub, 155 Marrickville Road, Marrickville, and at Tonic Lane, Neutral Bay.
2015 Three Points of Attention, me.artspace, St Leonards NSW
2015 Changeable Art, North Sydney Community Art Centre
2014 Untitled, Mojo, Neutral Bay
2013 Journeys Dreams & Daemons Ewart Gallery, Willoughby NSW
2012 Untitled, Mezze Cafe, Chatswood
2003 Doodle - students of Sarah Mufford Ewart Gallery, Willoughby
2007 Student Exhibition at Brookvale TAFE (Painting, Drawing & Sculpture)
2009 Student Exhibition at Brookvale TAFE (Ceramics)
2009 Students of Kristin Coburn, SOFA Landship Gallery, Mosman
2011 Art Fair 2011 Ewart Gallery Workshop Arts Centre, Willoughby
2012 Not The Bathroom Wall - students of Kerrie Lester, Ewart Gallery, Willoughby
2012 Thrown Together, ceramic exhibition by Kwirak Choung’s students, Ewart Gallery
2014 Hidden Volumes, ceramic exhibtion by Kiwrak Choung’s students, Ewart Gallery
2015 A Sense of Place, North Sydney Council The Dogwalker (purchased for the Council's Cultural Collection)
2016 The Real Refuse, Tap Gallery, Surry Hills
Special Merit, Light Space & Time On Line Gallery - Abstract Art Competition - Let Sleeping Dogs Lie
Finalist, Kirribilli 40th Anniversary Art Prize 2016 My Obsession With Bowls
Finalist, Ewart Art Prize 2016 Conscious Unconscious
Finalist , Ewart Art Prize 2015 Hare & Things
Finalist and Commended 2011 48th Lane Cove Council Art Award Three Dog Night
Finalist North Sydney Art Prize 2004, 2005 & 2009
Finalist Manly Warringah Art Prize 2004
My education is deep and wide. I hold a Masters of Applied Science (Critical Perspectives of Psychological Practice) UWS,
2 Diplomas in Psychotherapy and Counselling, and one in Clinical Hypnotherapy.
I also hold a Certificate of Professional Practice In Buddhist Psychotherapy.
I spent three years at TAFE studying Fine art and Ceramics (2004 - 2007), though my artistic learning style does better in the freer environment of workshops and short courses.
I have been a member of the Workshop Art Centre in Willoughby since 2002, and have attended regular classes and workshops there with regular and visiting artists. The late Kerrie Lester was an important mentor for several years. Her little dog Chilli is now my studio assistant.
I am currently enrolled in the Open Studio Program at Brookvale TAFE Ceramics Department under the guidance of Chris James and all the other wonderful peer potters. Prior to this I studied ceramics at Willoughby for five years with Kwirak Choung and Natalie Velthuyzen.
I attend workshops at the National Art School for both painting and ceramics whenever possible (Kerrie Lester, Andrew Antoniou, Maryanne Wick, Cameron Williams).