Susie Q Newbigging graduated with a distinction from City & Guilds of London Art School’s Art and Design Foundation following a career in education and international development.
Her work is heavily influenced by more than a decade living in Asia and Latin America: from landscapes and architecture to indigo textiles and basketry. Her practice includes ceramics, sculpture and print and she uses a variety of materials including wood, clay, ink and metal.
Susie is an experienced workshop facilitator with a strong interest in public engagement and community arts. She is a member of The Kiln Rooms in London.
Decorative dishes made from porcelain paper clay with characteristic torn edges
Unique pieces inspired by the Japanese art of Shibori dyeing
Porcelain tableware collection inspired by ink marks
Vessels inspired by Vietnamese hilltribe baskets
A range of indigo dyed and blue and white woven purses in different sizes designed by Susie Q Newbigging
A range of denim embroidered and sashiko stitched purses in different sizes designed by Susie Q Newbigging
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