about 

Sue Rogers - Artist

“I try to understand the world through

understanding people”.

Anita Taylor.

   My work is about figures, faces and forms. My previous career with disadvantaged children and young people underpins my pre-occupation with the universal themes of identity, empathy and mortality. 

 

Whether working in art or education, I have always been interested in people and the human form. I use paint and print to explore the most appropriate way of depicting the figure.

I interpret, rather than directly translate, the images and incorporate a sense of ambivalence and ambiguity

into my work.  

In my most recent body of work I have found ways to convey a view of humanity’s shared trauma by depicting people’s underlying concerns, hopes and fears, rather than simply their external characteristics.