Sue Muldoon divides her time between 3-dimensional and 2-dimensional work: photography, web design and graphic design and seatweaving (chair caning, wicker repair, rush, splint, etc.) and basket weaving. Wood carving, furniture refinishing, and upcycling furniture in novel ways using unique materials like leather belts, ties, and alpaca wool, set her methods apart from traditional seatweaving methods. She considers her seatweaving work to be part functional and part emotional. Along with repairing chairs, she repairs the memories that are attached to seats that are in demise and disrepair. A frequent instructor at various sheep, wool, and fiber festivals, furniture schools, art retreats, and farmers markets, Sue enjoys sharing seatweaving and basketmaking to new crafters and artisans.
Classes with Susan Muldoon
Jun 10 to Jun 12