Sue Morton

A Sense of Place, Nunnington Hall

March 31 is the first day of our exhibition, 'A Sense of Place' for the National Trust at Nunnington Hall, near Helmsley.  It's also an opportunity to meet the four of us, Anne Thornhill, Paul Blackwell, Peter Hicks and me as we will be there from 11.00am to 3.00pm. We have all enjoyed working at some of the most beautiful sites and lovely buildings and hope that we have done justice to some of the Nation's treasured possessions.

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    25/02/2018

    Painting for 2018

    This year is the preparation for an exhibition for the National Trust with Paul Blackwell, Anne Thornhill and Peter Hicks. The exhibition is to be at Nunnington Hall near Helmsley in March/April 2018 and the working title is 'A Sense of Place', depicting National Trust Properties in the North East of England.

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      28/06/2017

      Event Free!

      This year is a year of decision and work. After four busy and successful exhibitions last year I feel I need a year t consider my work and spend more time looking! Anyway next year looks as if it will be another busy one with two possible major exhibitions still to be painted for!

      So this year my work's in the Coast Gallery, Cloughton near Scarborough, and some pictures will be in group exhibitions, such as the forthcoming Whitby Art Society Annual selling exhibition from 1st April to 7 May at the Pannett Gallery in Whitby. 

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        15/03/2017

        Coastal View of Staithes

        The new part of the Cleveland Way adds a whole new perspective on Coastal views of Staithes. From sketch to finished work.

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          25/09/2016

          Countdown to Staithes Festival

          Sixmore days and Staithes Festival begins with the Preview (7,00pm until 9.00pm) followed by two glorious days of Art Music and Heritage. It's worth spending the weekend in such a rich atmosphere,  even though the artists and performers don't get to see as much as they'd like to, being too busy enjoying the company of thousands of visitors. Here's to fine weather and another buzzing weekend for this very beautiful and special ancient fishing village.

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            03/09/2016

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