|Large Purple Pod by Susan Moran|
The Lakeshore Fiber Arts Guild’s next program will feature Susan Moran of Ann Arbor talking about her ”Recent Work Inspired by Nature and Textile Traditions” on Wed., April 1, at the Holland Area Arts Council, 150 East 8th St., Holland, MI 49423, starting at 6:30pm. Non-members are asked to pay $5 toward the speaker’s fee.
Susan Moran is a textile artist whose work incorporates shibori, silkscreen, and stitching to create work inspired by the natural world and common human experiences.
She has been a faculty member of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit since 1986. Commissions include textiles for the University of Michigan Medical School and the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center, United Technologies Automotive, and the Michigan Horticultural Society. In 2007 she was awarded a grant from the national Surface Design Association for travel to Florence Italy, to research Renaissance Italian silks and velvets. In 2012 she was Artist-in-Residence at Maker Works Ann Arbor, exploring laser cutting on fabric. She is represented by River Gallery in Chelsea, Michigan.
|April Bloodroot by Susan Moran|