Susan Morland was born in Liverpool and spent her early years in the Lake District where her school was evacuated during World War II. She trained as a classical musician, then mainly self-taught as an artist she began painting in New York in the 1960s.

Her first one person exhibition was at the Woodstock Gallery in London in 1978 and since then she has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the UK and internationally. During the 1990s she was an executive committee member of the Women’s Art Library and organised the touring group exhibition ‘With your Own Face On’, which showed at museums and galleries including Nottingham Castle Museum and Waterman’s Art Centre London.

Susan Morland’s excursions across the boundaries of art practice led to her touring exhibition ‘Transformation’, which combined her work as an artist with the work of women poets. She was invited to participate as artist and lecturer in the first-ever exchange exhibition with the United Arab Emirates organised by the UK Women’s Art Library in the 1990s. During the 2000s she combined her work as a painter with performance and video internationally.

Giclée Prints

Digital prints from museeszeee.com are high quality fine art Giclée prints. Giclée is the name of the process of making fine art prints from a digital source using inkjet printing. Paper used is traditionally mould paper made to archival standards from St Cuthberts mill in Somerset England. Each print is checked and embossed with the MuseeSuzee logo. Paper sizes have been chosen to fit ready-made frames.


Imaging: Reeve Photography

Prints: Saxon Digital

Website: Wild Caret

Wound dress (Salon v) and scarf (Salon i): Gluklya