Susie Hamilton lives and works in London and is represented by Paul Stolper Gallery.
She has had one-person exhibitions in Moscow and Oslo and exhibited in Romania, Poland, Portugal, France and China as well as showing widely at international art fairs. She has been selected for John Moores Painting Prize, Jerwood Drawing Prize, RA Summer Exhibition, The Drawing Biennial and the International Print Biennale. During lockdown she made an extensive series of Covid drawings which were bought by The British Museum, The Science Museum and Imperial College Health Charity. Since 2018 she has been commissioned by the arts and mental health charity, Hospital Rooms, to paint murals in psychiatric hospitals. In 2022 she made 3 large murals for the central staircase at the new Springfield Hospital in Tooting. She is to have a monograph published next year by Anomie publishers.
For the latest ACBF she is showing two groups of works.
One group is from her 2023 'Arctic' series of endangered animals and birds. Larger versions of these will be part of 'Sila', a big exhibition at The Royal Geographical Society, focussing on Greenland, polar exploration and Inuit culture and opening on November 15th.
The other group is a series of Hindu-inspired 'Elephant' paintings made for Peter Hamilton's new play, 'The Elephant in the Room', opening at The Tabard Theatre in Chiswick on Nov 8th.