Susie Hamilton


Susie Hamilton lives and works in East London. She makes paintings, drawings and prints and has been represented by Paul Stolper Gallery, London since 1996. She has exhibited internationally with solo exhibitions in Moscow, Oslo and Flo, Norway and participated in group shows in The Palace of Culture, Iasi, Romania, The National Museum, Gdansk, Yantai Museum, China and The Cornelius Foundation, Lagamas, France. With Paul Stolper she has been represented at international art fairs such as West Bund, Shanghai; Frieze, London and IFPDA, New York. She has also shown in numerous open competitions in the UK, including The John Moores Painting Prize, The Jerwood Drawing Prize, The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and The International Print Biennale. Having studied English literature as well as painting, much of her work is inspired by poetry. She had a solo show at Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, based on the poetry of Andrew Marvell, an exhibition at St Giles Cripplegate Church in The Barbican to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the publication of ‘The Tempest’ and an exhibition at Paul Stolper to launch her book (made in collaboration with writer Charlotte Mullins) of works based on TS Eliot's ‘The Waste Land’. Since the lock down she has produced C-19, a group of works on paper depicting visored doctors and nurses in neon-lit wards. These were shown in a viewing room by Paul Stolper and some have been acquired by Imperial College Healthcare Art Collection and The Science Museum, London. Since 2018 she has worked with Hospital Rooms, contributing to auctions, making a large wall-painting for a PICU in Exeter and leading several workshops. In March she will be working for them in Askew Hospital in Hammersmith.

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