Susan Jayne Hocking

(B. 1962, England) British artist Susan Jayne Hocking was born in 1962 in Dorset; she attended Bristol Polytechnic where she did her B.A in 1985. After a postgraduate diploma Hocking went on to a postgraduate degree at the Royal Academy Schools between 1987 – 1990.

During this time, Hocking participated in exhibitions such as Ten Young Artists at the Mall Gallery, Women in Art at the Bowmoore Gallery, London, Tabernacle Gallery, London & Blenheim Gallery, London among others.

Susan Jayne Hocking continued to exhibit at many notable galleries, both in London & worldwide. Including the Nomadic Zone Gallery, Berlin, France & Spain, the New Grafton Gallery & the Waterhouse Group & R.B. Sandell. Whilst annually continuing to have work selected into the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions, Susan Jayne Hocking regularly exhibits with the Kings Road Gallery.

Her latest collection entitled, ‘A Walk with the Maasai’, are works influenced by Hockings recent travels to Tanzania & Zanzibar in Africa, in which she studied migrating zebra crossing the Serengeti.