Sue Grossman is a practising printmaker specializing in the complex process of reduction Linocut. Known for her brightly coloured and detailed, patterned prints, Sue finds the process of carving the Lino cathartic. “I often just get lost in my own little world of carving spontaneous patterns. Although painstaking at times, I love the layering process and the element of surprise when the final layer is pulled”.
Using her own photographic images, Sue’s inspiration is derived from her love for patterns in nature and the usual or unusual consequence of symmetry.
Sue completed a Visual Arts Diploma, majoring in Painting & Printmaking at Brougham School of Art /Brace Education in 2011. She has since exhibited in several group exhibitions around Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula. She was a finalist in the 2016 Bellarine Print prize and a current finalist in the 2017 Geelong Acquisitive Print awards at the Geelong Gallery.
Sue was born in Melbourne and works from her home studio in Torquay.