Sue Beyer’s work considers the façade of the ordered suburban environment and the assumption of the permanence of our way of life and our cities. Her work is concerned with the effect that spaces and suburban settings have on an individual’s emotions and behaviour and how people use space in a modern urban context. Sue’s paintings are watchful, voyeuristic, and hint at the uneasy ‘realities’ that can be found in these urban landscapes. In 2010 Sue completed her bachelor of fine art with first class honours at QCA, Griffith University, Brisbane. In 2007, as part of her studies, Sue took part in a 5 month study exchange at California State University and participated in two group shows while in San Francisco. Sue has been a finalist in the Churchie Emerging art exhibition, the Clayton Utz Traveling Scholarship and won first prize in the RBWH Art Award in 2008. In 2009 Sue was commissioned by the Qld State Government for a public art project and was one of two emerging visual artists in Queensland to receive an Australia Council ArtStart grant in 2011.

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