Sue Williams


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Sue Williams

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Sue Williams was born in 1956 and is 66 years old now.

Birthday: 1956
How Old - Age: 66

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Sue Williams - Biography

Sue Williams (born 1956 in Cornwall) is a British visual artist, trained, living and working in Wales.Early life and educationSue Williams was born in 1956 in Redruth, Cornwall. Williams studied art in Cardiff in the 1970s, later getting her Master of Arts from Cardiff College of Art (UWIC).WorkWilliams made the news in 2009 when she was awarded £20,000 from National Lottery funds (via the Arts Council of Wales) to finance a study of cultural attitudes towards women’s bottoms. She explained to the Western Mail that the money would cover living costs while she built up a new collection of three dimensional work, which would partly consist of plaster casts of all parts of women's bodies. "My present work stems from a desire to visually explore and understand issues related to the feminine ideal - the desire to change body shape, the pressure to create perfection and to compromise a personal identity" she said. Williams had been inspired by a visit to Zimbabwe, where her work had been taken down from two galleries because it portrayed women's backsides.In 2009 Williams visited China to study their gender politics and the dynamics of communication between men and women. She was invited back again in 2013 to take part in a touring exhibition called Open Books. The exhibition subsequently toured to Australia.Her work is represented in the collection of the University of South Wales. She is currently a lecturer in fine art at University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea.RecognitionIn 2000 she was the recipient of the Wales National Eisteddfod Gold Medal for Fine Art and the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation Award for painting. In 2005 she was one of eight shortlisted artists (the only British representative) for the second biannual Artes Mundi Prize.