Susi Clark

My woven work is often textured, sometimes spatial and uses fibre that can express 3D concepts. Work might be made in linen, paper or silk.

After a career as an architect and in architectural education, I revisited my early interest in textiles by completing an HNC in Contemporary Constructed Textiles at Bradford College. I found that, although the medium and scale of design work is different, the concepts that had interested me in architectural design, began to resurface as I became more knowledgeable and skilful as a

My woven work explores light and space, sometimes real space, sometimes optical illusion, and is usually for interior decoration or soft furnishing. I use materials that are mostly natural – wool, linen, paper, silk, occasionally combined with light reflecting fibre and metallic yarn.

I am a Licentiate member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen and exhibited in 2016 Institute of Contemporary Art’s Mall Gallery in London. This woven work, consisting of screens, a stool and interior fabric explored the significance of light and more importantly, shade, in the Japanese house.

Open days

  • Saturday 5th May
  • Sunday 6th May
  • Monday (Bank Holiday) 7th May
  • Saturday 12th May
  • Sunday 13th May

Studio location

69 Greenhow Street
S6 3TN

About this studio

Garden studio with a number of looms showing weaving in progress. Fibre, samples and concept work. Woven items for sale.

  • Visitors to the studio will be able to buy my work
  • I’m happy to undertake commissions – please ask!

t: 0114 2342491
m: 07970 830 951