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Natural Crochet Art from Susanna Bauer Susanna Bauer born in...



















Natural Crochet Art from Susanna Bauer

Susanna Bauer born in Eichstätt, Germany in 1969, work with found natural objects: leaves, stones, pieces of wood…ephemeral things, easily overlooked and use crochet; sometimes as embellishment, but mostly in a more unconventional way as a means of sculpture and construction. She studied at Technische Universität, Munich (landscape architecture) and in Camberwell College of Art, London. Currently she lives and works in Cornwall, UK. Follow her on Facebook

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