Sue Tesoriero

I am interested in interiors that capture a snapshot of everyday life, and an insight into the lives of others and their way of living. These interiors, like the environment around us, often contain a symphony of items that individually seem irrelevant but as a collective provide interesting and welcoming living spaces. No matter the style of the interior, they all embrace colour, pattern, decoration, creativity and most importantly at this time, joy and a sanctuary to those within.

 

The still life works embrace the connection between generations – incorporating pieces from different periods in time. I am interested in the connections we make and create by curating items from the past with the present. The fabrics used in Tea & Society and Sake & Society are modern day, yet sit comfortably with objects from two generations ago. The still life objects are from my personal collection passed down through family.

Coffee & Cloth
Coffee & Cloth

48 x 48 cm Oil on Board Tasmanian Oak frame $1500

Retro Gravy
Retro Gravy

64 x 64 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $1850

Tea & Society
Tea & Society

48 x 48 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $1500

Saucers
Saucers

79 x 79 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $2850

Saucers II
Saucers II

79 x 79 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $2850

The Good Room
The Good Room

79 x 79 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $2850

The Gardener's Chair
The Gardener's Chair

62 x 62 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $1850

Turquoise Sofa
Turquoise Sofa

62 x 62 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $1850

The Minimalist
The Minimalist

78 x 78 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $2850

The Palace
The Palace

76 x 76 cm Oil On Canvas Unframed $2650

Scarlet Sofa
Scarlet Sofa

76 x 76 cm Unframed $2650

Pink Sofa
Pink Sofa

79 x 64 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $2300

Sake & Society
Sake & Society

64 x 94 cm Oil on Canvas Tasmanian Oak frame $2850

Chequers
Chequers

60 x 76 cm Unframed $1950

BIO

Sue Tesoriero is a painter based in Sydney’s Inner West. Sue holds a bachelor degree in visual communications. She has studied fine art part time at the National Art School and the Wiesbaden Fachhochschule in Germany.

 

Both Sue’s Interior and still life works embody the sacredness of objects; attaching meaning and relationships to the things we hold dear, conjuring memories of people, places and time. Sue works both in acrylic and oils.

 

Sue has exhibited works in group shows both locally and abroad and was recently a finalist in 2019 EMSLA - Eutick Memorial Still Life Award and The 2020 Meroogal Women’s Art Prize. In 2018 at the Glebe Art Show her work was Highly Commended and was awarded the winner of the People’s Choice Award.