Louise Sunnucks graduated from Central Saint Martins (UAL) in 2013 with a degree in Fine Art. She initially gained a degree in The History of Art and Design in 1979 and then followed a career in Advertising before raising her family.
After leaving CSM she worked with a group of artists (10.30 Art) producing site-specific work at several locations throughout London.
2014 ‘Crepuscular’ the Crypt St. Pancras church London
2015 ‘Infusion’ the Embassy Tea Gallery London
2016 ‘A Grand Day Out’ the Crypt St. Pancras Church London
2016 ‘Frayed at the Edge’ The Rag Factory Brick Lane London
She has a multi-disciplinary practice and returned specifically to painting and had her first solo show ‘Sea Flowers’ in 2019 at the Kaleidoscope Gallery in Sevenoaks.
Her last group show was ‘The Chelsea 7’ at The Green and Stone Gallery on Fulham Road in London (2019)
She has an ongoing concern with the observance of natural phenomena that surround her. She records the over-looked, intangible, discarded and ephemeral (Many of her images record her visits to Sandwich Bay). This information is collated and compressed into the picture plane by means of her process of layering and erasing thin oil paint washes. This results in an open ended and more abstracted response than a more literal depiction.