Sue Tate is an emerging textile artist aiming to capture the essence of place and beauty of the Otways and southwest coast landscapes.

I am studying a Diploma in Visual Arts Textiles at the Lavers Hill campus of SW Tafe with the very talented, Sue Ferrari.

I relish the creative processes of visual art. I draw inspiration from colours and textures of the living landscape and seascape; every day the view changes. When it is windy and stormy the pallet is grey, the darkest blue and green.  In the sunshine, the sea is azure blue and white; the valley a brilliant green.  The hues of the limestone cliffs along the coast change from the palest honey to deepest rust.

In my study I aim to achieve a level of excellence and person style from which I can become a successful professional textile and fabric artist. My hope is that you enjoy the pieces as much as I do making them.

My textile art has been exhibited in –

2016

  • CUT, Ballarat. This was a collaborative piece, made with so much fun with Irene Pagram and Jane Bear, called Belladonna, a garment for 3 friends.  She was also exhibited at the
  • Buda Contemporary Textiles exhibition where Ms Bella won a highly commended.

2015

  • 12 Strands, Apollo Bay,  
  • CrossXpollinatioN,  Colac
  • Paper, Rock and Scissors, Forrest

 

Sue is an emerging textile artist aiming to capture the essence of place and beauty of the Otways and southwest coast landscapes.
I relish the creative processes of visual art.

Contact Details

Postal address: Glenaire, Victoria

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