Artwork of Susan Hensel on Exhibit at Hopkins Center for the Arts
You can see the artwork of Susan Hensel on exhibit at Hopkins Center for the Arts from now until Dec. 3.
“She uses a special triangular thread, that contains different tones and saturations of that base color, so when light hits them the color changes as you walk around,” explained Jim Clark, gallery director with Hopkins Center for the Arts.
Susan Hensel creates sculptural textile work using photoshop, embroidery and plenty of imagination. She begins her project with a design that she manipulates in photoshop and illustrator. Then, she feeds that information in digital embrodiery machines which creates a module that she stitches together to create 3-D artwork.
The show is called “Fields of Color Perception.”
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