Artworks
Color photography, Fiber, handspun yarn
variable
2011
Installation, Drawing, Collage, artists books, Sound
variable
2006
Installation, Sound
variable
2001
Installation, Fiber, Textiles, digital printmaking
variable
2012
Installation
variable
2015
Fiber, Textiles, recycle
42 x 47, 52 x 40, 37 x 45, 52 x 57
2014
Installation, Performance, Textile Art, embroidery
variable
2014
Installation and performance with drawing
dimensions variable; performance duration @ 30 minutes
2014
Photography and performance
Photos are 24 x 36
2014

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  • WINDOWS ON CEDAR The windows at Susan Hensel Gallery are a highly visible space for presenting artwork that is not damaged by the sun and somewhat fluctuating temperatures. They are lit 24 hours per day.  What might show in the windows of Susan Hensel Gallery? sculpture, acrylic painting, installation art, ceramics, assemblage...other media? How will the artwork be displayed? the window has many ceiling hooks, the side walls & the floor can receive nails, a semi solid back drop and many k…
  • Artist and Crafter Call: JUNE BUG ART CRAWL Sponsored by COPA (Corcoran Powderhorn Artists)   June 16, 2018 10 - 4pm Fees: $35 membership fee For more information contact: [email protected] Or visit our website: copa-artcrawl.com   South Minneapolis artists and crafters are invited to participate in the second annual June Bug Art Crawl! This event takes place in the Corcoran and Powderhorn neighborhoods of South Minneapolis. If you are outside of the Corcoran/Powderhorn area you will need…
  • The history of Susan Hensel Gallery is one of community-based events that tend toward political activism.  The gallery opened in the election year of 2004 with shows that dealt with electoral politics, the war in Iraq, dreams for peace.  I retired from gallery work several years ago to return to studio practice. With the looming presidency of Donald Trump, I'm at it again.  I cannot remain quiet.  So, for one night only, I am planning a community event in the gallery/studio.  Would you like…
  • Signs at First Presbyterian Church, Marshall, MI   CALL FOR PARTICIPATION     The history of Susan Hensel Gallery is one of community-based events that tend toward political activism.  The gallery opened in the election year of 2004 with shows that dealt with electoral politics, the war in Iraq, dreams for peace.  I retired from gallery work several years ago to return to studio practice.   With the looming presidency of Donald Trump, I'm at it again.  I cannot remain quiet.  So, for one…
  • PORTRAITS OF LONGING   Portraits of vulnerability, uncommonly captured in wistful cotton.  They are Madonnas, lost girls, older men and women stuck in their youth, young women old beyond years. Their sexuality is hemmed in by fine Victorian handwork , but within their boudoirs, they are free   We often think of portraits as true and memory as relatively inviolate .  We own our own image and memories and see them as accurate.  But it seems to me that when we are depicted by another, possibil…