Description

Digital embroidery allows the artist to modulate color and bend light through the angles and the layering of the stitched. When put in the hands of a sculptor, the actual objects can be structured, folded and formed to occupy both real and illusory space.

Sculpture: Digital, Fabric, Textile on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Wood, Other.

Susan Hensel
Susan Hensel is a multidisciplinary artist, with a 50+ year career, who combines a mixed media practice with embroidery across digital and manual platforms. Susan received her BFA from the University of Michigan in 1972 with a double major in painting and sculpture and a concentration in ceramics. With a history, to date, of over 200 exhibitions, more than 30 of them solo, twenty garnering awards. Above all, Hensel’s desire to communicate stories through art continues to be a powerful motivator. Hensel’s artwork is known and collected nationwide, represented in collecting libraries and museums.