Sue Soliman is a Sydney based artist who studied at the National Art School, and has obtained a Master of Fine Art at UNSW Art and Design (previously Cofa).
She has held many solo and group exhibitions at Janet Clayton Gallery, Sydney, Thienny Lee Gallery, Sydney, Wollongong Art Gallery, and other venues, such as the Alliance Francaise in Sydney, Canberra and Paris.
Sue was awarded the residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, and has been a finalist in the Waverley Art. Prize, and the Redland Art Award.
“My work stems from constant observation of human beings and their relationship with other humans, animals, and their environment. I like to use my sketches only as a reference point for works made later in the studio. I prefer to rely on my intuition and I mostly paint from memory. Whenever possible, I try to bring humour to the work. I believe humour in art (as well as in most aspects of life), can alleviate the unnecessary seriousness of the world we live in, and gives power to a clearer mind, and, at times, an ability to resolve difficult situations. I am presently working in my studio on a new series of drawings and paintings for a solo show at Rogue Popup Gallery at the end of 2021.”