Sue AdlerSue was born in the UK and moved from painting to photography early in her career as an artist. Since that transition, she has worked as an international arts and documentary photographer across four continents for more than 25 years. During that time, Sue has developed what has become the continuing and much acclaimed theme of her work - black and white and colour documentary projects. Her career has also included portraiture and extensive work in the Arts, including Opera, Ballet and Cinema; the latter, working alongside directors, Federico Fellini, Baz Luhrmann and George Lucas.
Sue has twice been awarded British Arts Photographer of the Year. Her work is held in private and corporate collections in Canada, the USA, the UK and Australia, and public collections in the Victoria and Albert Museum and National Portrait Museum in London, The National Gallery in Ottowa, Canada and The National Library collection in Canberra, Australia.
Pricing is as follows:
Limited Edition Prints - signed and numbered (one of ten)
Medium (approx 25 x 38cm) - $890, unframed
Large (approx 35 x 50cm) - $990, unframed - $1,200 framed
Each print is signed by the artist and numbered.
View more of Sue's extraordinary work at her website.
Sue has a huge body of work and the gallery manages just a small fraction of that. Even so, due to its size, we have divided Sue's catalogue over two pages into "Portraits" and "Other Works", reached by the links below.