A Kingston based felt artist, Sue’s work is informed by one of her great loves; the natural world, where she is a curious student. Born and raised on the prairies of Alberta and now living on the shores of Lake Ontario, with visits to the granite shield in Haliburton, you see the influence of those ecosystems in her work. Sue built her felting knowledge and skills starting with an introductory workshop, followed with a few years of experimentation. In 2015, she completed a certificate in fibre arts from the Haliburton School of the Arts and a few years later opened her art studio. Primarily using a wet felting technique, she also incorporates needle felting, free motion machine stitching, and fabric remnants to add further texture, detail and interest.