PBS station WMHT (Troy, New York), interviewed Susan in the Fall of 2021. Listen to her talk about her work as you enjoy images of many of her tapestry series. Click here.

Click here to watch a video of Susan talking about the work in the juried show, 2020 Exhibition by Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region.

Recent Work

“Pandora Box: Honey Locust Tree (Gleditsia triacanthos), 49.5” x 48” with frame (interior 47” x 45.5”). Tapestry woven tunic and insects, wooden frame construction, drawing & painting. Materials: black walnut hand dyed linen, rami, hemp and wool, silk covered stainless steel, rayon, silk, pine lumber, acrylic paints, conservation sprayed thorns and branches of the honey locust, and Velcro.

“Pandora Box: Black-billed Gull (Chroicocephalus bulleri),” 17” x 49.5” x 9,” Lid (hanging) – 15.5” x 48,” tapestry tunic 12” x 37,” folded as shown. Alpaca warp and weft, gull feathers, moth cocoon, found skulls. Hand-made pine wood box carved and stained. Hand-made hemp rope handles.

Read about these tapestries, and view more images, here.