Catherine Sutcliffe-Fuller is a trained Fine Artist living and working in York.
Working from her own fully-equipped printmaking studio, Catherine creates multi layered prints by carving out lino and etching zinc plate with nitric acid. Within the ‘traditions’ of print she questions established techniques and approaches her work knowing there are no boundaries, but the potential to be innovative, for example, combining linocut and zinc etching plates on single prints.
Catherine draws inspiration from observing her local culture and history. Her subject is the urban landscape which she portrays in unique and challenging ways yet she always ensures that she conducts herself and produces her work in a professional manner.
Catherine was selected for the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2010 and 2012, on the latter occasion selling out by the second preview. In Autumn 2014 she will have her first solo exhibition at The New Schoolhouse Gallery in York, at the heart of which will be a series of prints exploring the working landscape.
Her finished prints are printed on Somerset paper and are professionally framed. They range in size from postcard size to A0 and in price from between £145 and £1500.
Current methods of working: Public Commission, Private Commission. Represented by the Zillah Bell Gallery, Thirsk; Axis; and The New Schoolhouse Gallery, York.