Susan K. Moore - Artist and Author 

Email susan.k.moore @ btinternet.com Tel: 07745 144 922

Paintings can be posted unframed (or framed at your risk) we will quote for postage if you are unable to collect - usually less than £20 

COMMISSIONS: Email ~ a photograph of something you would like painted. 

Books ~ direct from the author for a signed copy and free UK postage

Below: Susan in her studio with paintings of musicians behind as she opens the box with her books - First edition 'Life and Death of a Pirate'. 

Above : Susan in her studio with paintings of musicians behind as she opens the box with her books - First edition 'Life and Death of a Pirate'. 

NEXT 'OPEN' STUDIO EXHIBITION WEEKENDS Autumn 2019

You can visit the 'studio' other times by emailing the artist or by the 'contact' page. 

PAINTINGS over 70 original paintings for sale, watercolours, pastels, oils and paintings on pure silk. If you don't want an 'original' you can order a limited edition, signed  laser print of some of the pictures: framed £29. Contact the artist. 

COMMISSIONS Email a photo of what you would like painting. A landscape, your cat or dog, a person, musicians etc. Commissions start at £125+ depending on size and complexity. 

BOOKS - AVAILABLE from Amazon - or direct from the author for free UK postage  

Trilogy 'Life and Death of a Pirate' Book One: 'Popcorn to Rock 'n' Roll'. 

     "             "                              "     Book Two: Clifton Hall - School of Rock. 

     "             "                              "     Book Three: Shivering Sands - 1960s Pirate Radio. 

'I Remember Bare Bottoms and Stinging Nettles' - Award winning book, history of Warwickshire Village Schools, Memories and Photographs £13.50. 

'I Remember Strawberries & Sewage' - history, memories and photographs of life in a Warwickshire village £4.50. (not available from Amazon)

'The Enchanted Castle' Award winning magical children's book based on historical facts, going back in time to 1266 and the siege at Kenilworth Castle - Out of print, copies available to borrow. 

More information www.fillongley-publications.com 

ART CLASSES - resume October 2018 (fortnightly) 


Above: 2017 Open Studio Exhibition 
Above: Goose reflections. Original Watercolour framed: 20" x 16" £225 

Other 'bird' paintings include: Owl painted on silk - framed £85. Ducks in Conversation painted on silk, framed £250.  Mandarin duck reflections on silk, framed £195. 


(Above) Bob Dylan Pencil and Watercolour painting: £125

(Below) Book cover from trilogy - contains Books 2 & 3. Hardback first edition. 474 pages with over 150 photos.

£16.50 order direct from the author for free postage and a signed copy

Below: Susan Moore in her studio holding a silk painting of Polperro. (£295)
ABOVE: BOWEY £195 Silk Painting framed size approx 40cm x 50cm
ABOVE: 'HARE' £175 Watercolour framed size approx 35cm x 45cm.   Signed limited edition laser prints to order 
Clifton Hall and Shivering Sands Book Cover designs from original silk paintings by Susan Moore. Available as eBooks from Kindle (or combined in special edition hardback: Life and Death of a Pirate)  

Above: POLPERRO £295 Silk Painting framed size approx 50cm x 40cm
RACING THE WAVES - OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS £350. (Or Giclee canvas : £125)
SHEEP WITH STICKY WILLY GOOSE GRASS. original watercolour sold. Prints to order. 

ABOVE: DUCKS IN CONVERSATION  Original Silk Painting. Over mounted and framed size approx 20" x 16". £250.

BELOW: A ROLLING STONE - Keith Richards - painted on silk. Prints to order

 

  • Left: ''Open Studio' visitors having a 'go' at silk painting.  

  • SUSAN USUALLY HOLDS A 'OPEN STUDIO' WEEKEND, ONCE A YEAR.

  • FOR YOUR INVITATION TO THE NEXT ONE, PLEASE CONTACT SUSAN VIA THE 'CONTACT' PAGE.

  • ART CLASSES resume from OCTOBER 2018 fortnightly 

  • Thursday morning - adults

  • Saturday morning - children

  • I approach my work with a unique perspective. My style and technique are broad and flexible, developed over years of training and experience.  The main media I work with are watercolour, pastel, oil and silk paints.  I have illustrated several books and 'Walks' for North Warwickshire Council, won awards and exhibited widely in Coventry and Warwickshire and at the Mall Gallery in London. 



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BOOKS: order direct from the author for free postage - email susan.k.moore @ btinernet.com  More book information visit: www.fillongley-publications.com

PAINTINGS: can be posted to you, framed or unframed. (Frames posted at your risk).  

COMMISSIONS Welcome 


I approach my work with a unique perspective. My style and technique are broad and flexible, developed over years of training and experience.  The main media I work with are watercolour, pastel, oil and silk paints.  I have illustrated several books and 'Walks' for North Warwickshire Council.  Have won awards and exhibited widely in Coventry and Warwickshire and at the Mall Gallery in London. 

Book information

BOOK ONE: POPCORN TO ROCK 'N' ROLL 

Amazon Kindle eBook. Paperback: £7.50. Hardback: £14.

Sometimes real life can be stranger than fiction. A love story with many twists and turns. 1946 - 1960 Postwar England. Reg and Dorothy Calvert with no home and little money, bought an old bus and converted it into a caravan and Reg tried many ways to earn a living, including making popcorn. When Reg first heard Bill Haley's 'Rock Around the Clock' he gave up his steady job and set out to bring Rock 'n' Roll to England. 


BOOK TWO: CLIFTON HALL - School of Rock

Amazon Kindle eBook. Also included in Special edition hardback: 'Life and Death of a Pirate' £16.50. 

1961-1964. Reg and Dorothy move to Clifton Hall near Rugby and with them come an entourage of young musicians and singers. The press ask to visit and write (variously) about the 'School of Rock'. Many famous people visit the house including the Beatles. Sex, drugs, love, heartbreak and laughter - but not in the way you would imagine.  


BOOK THREE: SHIVERING SANDS - 1960s Pirate Radio

Amazon Kindle eBook. Also included in Special edition hardback: 'Life and Death of a Pirate' £16.50 

A tragic love story that tells of the extraordinary events of 1966, conspiracy, intrigue and murder. When Radio Caroline began broadcasting 1964 in a ship three miles out at sea, Reg had a new dream. To own a pirate radio station. With Screaming Lord Sutch, he started Radio Sutch on abandoned wartime forts in the Thames Estuary. After a summer of fun, Reg changed the name to Radio City. A rival wanted the station and took it with force. Two days later, he shot Reg. Dorothy is determined to continue and her life is threatened.