Susan Dorothea White

SUSAN DOROTHEA WHITE is an internationally exhibiting artist/sculptor based in Sydney. With a career spanning more than five decades, she has held solo exhibitions in New York, Amsterdam, Cologne, Munich, Sydney, Adelaide, and other centres in Australia. She has participated in group exhibitions since 1957 and worldwide since 1980, representing Australia in over 60 biennales/exhibitions in Europe, Asia, USA, and South America. Recent group exhibitions include Sapere Aude - Circuito Off, Venice Biennale (fringe exhibition), June 2013, HarbourSculpture, Sydney 2017 (awarded First Prize Inside), and Sculpture @ Bayside at the Bayside Arts Festival, Sydney 2018.

Her art is represented in public and private collections worldwide, including The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; The Buhl Collection, New York; The Hechinger Collection - International Arts & Artists, Washington; Majdanek Museum, Lublin; and regional galleries in Australia. In 2005 she was commissioned to produce a bronze sculpture for The Buhl Foundation, New York. She was commissioned to write and illustrate Draw Like Da Vinci (London, Cassell Illustrated - Masterclass Series, 2006), a handbook of basic principles with over 100 of her drawings; also published in French, Danish and Hungarian.

A multidisciplinary artist, Susan White produces work in a range of media from acrylic, and watercolour painting to mixed-media sculpture assemblage, wood and stone carving, and bronze. Her printmaking techniques include lithography, etching, and woodblock. Drawing is the foundation of her art - her sketchbook is always at hand. She uses a variety of drawing techniques, including pen, pencil, pastel and mixed media with silverpoint and goldpoint.

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