I ship world wide but if you would like to see my artwork in real life, you can find it the Grove Bookshop, Ilkley, the Picture Framer Shop in Knaresborough, on the Railway Station platform and at Michael Cohrt, Lumsås, DK. My home studio is open by appointment only. Contact me via livsmalerier@gmail.com or via direct message on Instagram: sussi.louise

At the moment there is a short waiting list for commissions

søndag den 19. februar 2017

Everydaylife paintings in colourful naivism


The Ilkley Girl

Cooking amongst horizons


Mozart in the bath
Getting lost in the calm of the water
Opening line from one of my favourite pieces
14x17cm approx


A land of colourful creatures and endless possibilities. Story-painting to get lost in. You can find a new story every time. I will tell you mine if you tell me yours

22x28cms approx.

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 Dreaming of seas and sights while cooking
Bolton Abbey, Harrogate and North Yorkshire Viaducts
14.5x18.5 cms  approx

Micro painting of Kitchen Book life
5x4cms




"On my way to work I met"
A fairy tale painting complete with flying pigs and dragons. Story-painting to get lost in. You can find a new story every time. I will tell you mine if you tell me yours


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fredag den 3. februar 2017

BOOK ART I love it













A good idea for my American readers... Fighting cancer with love and horseback riding

Cancer Patients Riding to Recovery
As you all know I am dedicated to fighting cancer with love,  art and fun.  But recently I've noticed that there are a lot of therapy pets figuring in conversations with people.  And then Jenny wrote this to me from America. I hope we have similar things in Yorkshire. We should. She writes:

Alternative medicine goes beyond herbs and other potions. It is becoming more and more apparent, and more quantifiable, that animals and the arts are saving lives. Let’s take animals, and in particular horses in this instance. Many children and adults have seen how guide dogs help the visually impaired or reading dogs give confidence to children who find it hard to read aloud.

For cancer patients, any kind of animal-based therapy can help raise morale and improve overall feelings. This is important because studies are showing the positive benefits to a person’s health brought about by just feeling good. This can improve survival rates and recovery rates. Furthermore, equine therapy is shown to help people recover their sense of balance, coordination, and independence after a long time in treatment and recovery.

Horse-based therapy takes the form of a relaxing, animal-filled area, horseback riding, and music therapy. This is offered by organizations such as Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy and Rocky Mountain Riding Therapy in the United States. To find out more, check out this guide on how horses are helping cancer patients.