Sue Howells is a self-trained artist now working full-time as a painter
Known for her interpretation of landscapes and buildings, Sue has developed a bold and vivid style to express her view of the world and bring perspective to her paintings. Sue works mainly in watercolours but loves to experiment with other media.
Sue continues to broaden her range of subjects, maintaining her energy and colours by using an economy of brush strokes. She works as loosely as possible as watercolours can be controlled but never bullied.
Sue has, at first glance, what appears to be a very casual style but this can only be achieved with endless hours of practice and many years of experience.
The colours she uses take on a wide range of hues when she adds light and dark, giving a translucent quality coupled with brush texture and an ability to use contrasting colour to very good effect.
Sue Howells has had many exhibitions, national and international, and recently was voted best selling female artist in the U.K. by The Fine Art Trade Guild. A talented artist, Sue Howells' work has become very collectable.
Since the year 2000 Sue Howells has exhibited annually at the Royal Institute of Painters, Mall Gallery, London and the Womens Society of Artists, Westminster Gallery, London.