Sue Lovegrove was born in Adelaide in 1962 and lives in Tasmania. She obtained a PhD in 2002 from the National Institute of the Arts and ANU in Canberra. She began exhibiting in 1990 and since that time has had more than 15 solo exhibitions. Sue’s works are held in numerous public collections throughout Australia including the National Gallery of Victoria and the National Gallery of Australia.Read More
Sue Lovegrove’s work has always been about an intimate and personal experience of particular landscapes where she have spent time. These are often remote and isolated places that are relatively free of the presence of human beings: Antarctica, Macquarie Island, Maatsuyker Island and most recently, Tasman Island, places where the balance and order is still in favour of the natural rather than the human world.