Susan Noble was born in the North-East in the 1970's and, after studying for a BA in Archaeology closely followed by an MSC in Information Technology, she spent over fifteen years in the Research and Education sector whilst living in Manchester. After returning to her home town of Saltburn by the Sea, and attending workshops in the Northern Print Studios in Newcastle she rediscovered her love of art, specifically printmaking.
Susan has exhibited in the RSMA Open Exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London, the Ferens Open Exhibition in Hull, Great Print Exhibitions at the Rheged Centre in Penrith and the 'Inspired By' Gallery in Danby Moors Centre.
Susan has been working as a full time artist since 2018, mainly through the medium of reduction linocut printing, although there has been a linocut printed giant fibreglass snowman along the way. Her prints are often inspired by her experience of the natural landscape; she bases her work on her own pencil drawings and photos and produces limited edition prints with relatively short runs from her home studio.