This is a free event for all, hosted by the diocesan ACW.
Join Susan Purney Mark on a journey of discovery while visiting many of the world’s religions to see how they use fabric, thread and textiles in their rituals, ceremonies and beliefs. A closer look at the history of our relationship with cloth can bring insight and understanding to all people of faith.
Susan Purney Mark is an artist, designer and teacher. She has studied design, patchwork and embroidery with the prestigious City & Guilds Institute of London, England and has studied with internationally-acclaimed teachers/quilt makers Nancy Crow, Jan Meyers Newbury, Elin Noble, Gail Harker and Ruth Issett. Susan has also been awarded two certificates in art and design and textile design/decoration from the Gail Harker Creative Studies Centre in Washington, USA.
As a textile artist, Susan has embarked on a life transforming journey into the world of colour, design and pattern. Working with textiles has become her method of self expression and the focus of her methods of communication.