Places inspire artist

PUBLISHED: 18:46 11 June 2008 | UPDATED: 15:47 11 May 2010

IN THE PICTURE: Artist Susan Sanders with one of her works on display at the Royston & District Museum. 2998DW003

IN THE PICTURE: Artist Susan Sanders with one of her works on display at the Royston & District Museum. 2998DW003

ARTIST Susan Sanders has taken her inspiration of places visited for her exhibition at the Royston & District Museum. Those places seen in the works on display include Wales and Spain, and a recent journey to China. But there is much in the exhibition, to

ARTIST Susan Sanders has taken her inspiration of places visited for her exhibition at the Royston & District Museum.

Those places seen in the works on display include Wales and Spain, and a recent journey to China.

But there is much in the exhibition, too, which can be described as local.

Sue, who lives in Barkway, said: "Living in North Herts, the majority of my work is connected with the pleasure of looking at the landscape."

The exhibition is a retrospective of the past 15 years and includes works in oil and pastel.

The exhibition will run at the museum until Saturday, July 26.


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