Susan Clark

Susan’s early career​ ​began in the ​fashion​ ​industry​ as a designer for clothing and managing ladies wear in retail.​ ​Bringing both of those experiences to the Cape, she learned weaving from experienced weavers on the cape, and also the ​Vavstuga School​ ​of​ ​Weaving​ ​​​in​ ​Shelburne​ ​Falls.​ ​Susan’s tapestries reflect themes of wildlife and nature. Her handwoven shawls and scarves are of colorful natural fibers of merino and alpaca and also cotton textiles; tea towels and placemats and coasters. All her work is one-of-a-kind. Susan lives year-round on the cape with her husband, her cat Whiskey, and Gunther, a long hair dachshund.