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Devil's DykeWelcome to the Sue Haseltine portfolio website

Sue Haseltine is a painter and printmaker based in Brighton. Sue's work is inspired by the landscape of the South Downs from which she creates paintings, lino cuts and screenprints based on observation and memories of this landscape, sometimes working faithfrully from direct observation and also adding abstract elements to the images.

Artists Open House: Cherry Tree Bungalow May Festival 2011

For this May 2011 the Cherry Tree Bungalow will be opening again to show a range of painting, printmaking and jewelery for this year's Brighton Festival Artists Open Houses. Artists showing this year include:

Sue Haseltine - Paintings and prints
Jenni Cresswell - Textiles
Sharifa Brooks Read - Prints
Theresa Parker - Unique textile pieces and stiched prints
Annette Kane - Printed scarves
Kate Orton - Jewelry
Donna Fulman - Jewelry

The house is located on Greenfield Crescent and has wonderful views across to the South Downs, with the Chattri Monunment directly ahead. Just over the hill from Varndean College it is on the 5B bus route with easy on street parking outside.


Sue teaches painting, drawing and printmaking one-to-one and to small groups. She runs a regular monthly oil painting workshop and delivers screenprinting classes through the Ink Spot Press in Brighton. As a result of many years as a graphic designer she also teaches Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator one-to-one and to small groups.

Sue has gained many years of experience tutoring illustrators, graphic designers and painters to learn about screen printing, lino cutting and drypoint methods to develop their work in new directions. She is confident when giving advice and also sensitive to the personal style and direction of the people she teaches, working with them closely to develop the best possible outcome.

Sue is a helpful and patient teacher who believes in encouragement alongside technical instruction and constructive criitism to help people develop their skills and confidence.