Welcome to Susan Sheen Art

Welcome to my website. Please feel free to visit my online shop where you can browse my latest available artworks. I am an independent artist who […]

5th March 2021

Painting Outside

Outside. The sun shines. The  colours merge, bright and alive. Are we locked in darkness looking out, or safe behind a dark wall gazing through […]

20th March 2021

Molding Mediums

When it comes to trying something new, I stepped out of my comfort zone with this molding medium. It feels like a very soft putty […]

5th March 2021

Dark Water

Painting in black and white is not the easiest of choices – but I love to experiments and try new colour combinations. Usually, many of […]

5th March 2021

España

Reds, blues, purples, whites, creams – set on silver metallic paint. An abstract yet impression of sunny days, Spanish tapas, hanging out washing to dry, […]

5th March 2021

Tactile Textures

I don’t usually use a lot of mixed media, but as soon as I could get my hands on some new products I began to […]

4th September 2020

Lost Art

In creating a picture, I go through a series of different emotions and styles. Often I start painting without planning and will find myself lost […]

5th June 2020

Lockdown Update

Having been in lockdown for over eight weeks, I think it is safe to say that, for many of us, times have been strange. As […]

27th May 2020

The creation: Sea Turtle

Sometimes the paint just flows exactly as it should! After many false starts on this canvas, I painted over in deep blues, greens and turquoises. […]

4th February 2020

Capital Art Gallery

October saw my debut at the Capital Art Gallery in Eltham, Greenwich. A fantastic place for artists of all abilities to showcase, and sell, their […]

15th October 2019

Reworking Art

Occasionally I find myself finishing a painting, framing, and exhibiting it – and then seeing the improvements I think I can make. Sometimes a single […]

15th August 2019

Creating Vines

The urge to paint grapes came from the glass of wine I was holding, and a recent visit to an exhibition. The process was unusual […]

28th June 2019