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Textiles & Tea with Sue Weil
Sue Weil will sit down with HGA's Kathi Grupp to discuss her work. We invite you to listen in on the conversation.

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This episode of Textiles & Tea is generously sponsored by Meridian Mill House. Textiles and Tea, every Tuesday, 4-5 PM Eastern Time (Atlanta, GA).

May 4, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sue Weil
Sue Weil earned her Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude in Social Anthropology from Harvard University, taking many studio art classes alongside her academic studies. Early in her career, she wove one-of-a-kind fabric for her line of women’s clothing which was sold in galleries and boutiques and was regularly featured in the Chicago edition of Women’s Wear Daily. After leaving the field for a couple of decades, in 2011 Sue returned to weaving, this time with a focus on tapestry. Combining Sue’s interests in anthropology and art, she finds herself especially drawn to weaving’s cultural universality, noting the connection between ancient and modern cultures through solving the need for warmth and beauty by manipulating fiber to create cloth, rugs and tapestries. Sue is especially drawn to the sensual, tactile warmth of the fibers and the way the image draws the viewer beneath the surface. Her works have appeared in numerous juried exhibitions at venues throughout the US and abroad.