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Please explore my galleries of specialist artwork created for heritage & wildlife sites in Norfolk. Each work has been carefully researched and created with fine attention to detail, drawing of over 30 years of experience.

COPYRIGHT
If you wish to reproduce any of my work please contact me for terms and conditions.

St Benet's Abbey
St Benet's Abbey Reconstruction © Sue White

QUALIFICATIONS
I have qualifications in Art, Design and Interpretation.
Contact me if you need details .

AWARDS
1987 Joint illustration of Winner of the Carnegie Award, non-fiction book 'Eigg an Island Landscape'.

1994 Winner of the Interpret Britain Award. For work at Caistor Roman Town, Norfolk.

1994 Winner of the British Archaeological Award for best-presented archaeological site.

1995 Anglian Water Environmental Award.


CAREER PATH
Senior Illustrator. Graphics & Interpretation Officer for the Field Archaeology Section of the Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service for 25 years.  Now a Freelance Heritage Interpretation Consultant, artist, photographer and film-maker.


ART EXHIBITIONS

2009 Mixed Media Exhibition at the Dragonfly Gallery, Watton.

2008 Art of Norwich at St Margaret's Church, St Benedict's Street, Norwich from Monday 7th April to Saturday 19th April


2007 Slash07  11th to 23rd June Group exhibition of 2 & 3D works, at St Margaret's Church Gallery, St Benedicts Street, Norwich.



Mementos and Masterpieces  13th Sept - 1st Oct Norwich Arts Centre St Benedicts Street, Norwich. I am pleased to have had 3 works selected for show in this exhibition.


               

Norwich Fringe Art Trail - 28th Sept to 28th Oct 2007. Several of my environment works were exhibited in Will Giles' Exotic Garden, Thorpe Road, Norwich.



PUBLICATIONS
From 1977 to 1991 the majority of my work was in the form of fine line illustration for publication in numerous archaeological reports. Illustration of important finds made by metal detectorists continued up to 2006. Most were published in the academic journals East Anglian Archaeology and Norfolk Archaeology. These drawings number in the thousands.



I have also undertaken commissions
for artwork to illustrate over 20 popular publications between 1981-2012.
Publication List



Reconstruction of the demolished church of St Helen's
Santon, Norfolk. © Sue White


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INTERPRETATION PROJECTS GALLERY.


Bloodgate Hill, South Creake, Norfolk. © Sue White

INTERPRETATION PROJECTS
From 1990 onwards my work has mostly been site-specific interpretation installations, or sites of archaeological and environmental importance. My involvement includes research, creation of interpretive plans, text, design of exhibitions and on-site graphic and tactile panels, interactive
exhibits, events, photography, illustration and reconstruction paintings. I have completed over 40 projects for a range of clients include: English Heritage, English Nature, Norfolk Rural Life Museum, South Norfolk Council, Norfolk Archaeological Trust, Borough Council of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Breckland Council, Brecks Project, Forest Enterprise, Norwich Fringe Project, Norfolk Historic Buildings Trust, Colchester Museum and Norfolk Museums and Archaeological Services. Project and Commissions List


ARCHAEOLOGICAL SMALL FINDS ILLUSTRATION



Hockwold, Norfolk, Roman God Mercury, Bronze


RECONSTRUCTION ILLUSTRATION GALLERY.


Bloodgate Hill, Iron Age Fort, South Creake, Norfolk. © Sue White


WILDLIFE ILLUSTRATION GALLERY.


Green Woodpecker, ©

 PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY


Burgh Castle, Roman Fort, view over marsh. © Sue W

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1928 photograph of Binham Priory

DESIGN GALLERY


Two fold leaflet design © Sue Whit

Comments

(Anonymous)

St Helens

Wow! what a surprise - I know that site very well - even picked up sherds of grimston Green around it. Thank you.

Paul Brooker
Thetford

www.spamandchips.net/archaeology/

Re: St Helens

Hi Paul
How nice to hear from someone so soon. I only posted it on the 17 Dec. I makes it all worth while. Any info on the site would be most welcome, it is a wonderful site. I would like to do more work on it. Have you seen the interpretation panel on-site? Sue