In the lead up to our Summer Pop-Up event on the 10th of June we asked our artists and makers a few questions in order to gain an insight into their practices. Sue Smith is the artist in the spotlight for this post. Sue creates beautiful watercolor sketches of Cambridge and the surrounding areas – come to our event and see how many you recognise!
Describe your work in three words:
Cambridge, watercolour, sketches
Why is ‘handmade’ so important to you?
Handmade means exactly that – made by hand with love care and attention. Something handmade is unique and contains something of the artist who created it.
What will you be selling at our Eclectic Mix pop up event on 10th June?
Original artworks, prints, cards and postcards.
What’s the best part of making what you do? And the worst?
Finishing something! And letting it go to someone who loves it too – this can also be the worst part!
Doing what you love, what could be better than that? There really isn’t a worst part unless you count paperwork!
Where do you get your inspiration?
From what I see on my travels. I always carry a sketchbook.