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Sue Yule

About Sue Yule

Sue Yule is from Forest Lake in Brisbane where she has lived for the past 24 years and says her art is informed by her natural surroundings.


“I have been inspired by nature my entire life – as a child, I would observe with great curiosity and wonder the beauty and intricacy of plants, flowers and wildlife, embracing the dance of light upon petals and leaves,” Sue said.


“I often enjoy exploring my neighbourhood and taking photos for my catalogue of inspiration and reference – I then use these snapshots of time in my studio where my concepts come to life through paint and pigment,” she said.


“I’m primarily a 2D visual artist painting in acrylic, oils or soft pastels depending on my subject choice.


“Additionally, I’m also a printmaker, using lino-printing and mono printing with natural found materials along with freeform crochet and terracotta pot painting.”


Sue has exhibited in a series of exhibitions curated by Access Arts at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital including Time (2019), Dreams (2020), Earth Footprint (2021) and Dancing Colours (2022). She has also exhibited in a series of exhibitions curated by Access Arts at KPMG and Brisbane Powerhouse including Celebrating Difference (2019), Journey to the other side (2020) and Visitors (2021). Sue had her first solo exhibition titled A Year in My Suburb at AFTM Gallery (2021).