April 12, 2013

Interviewed by Amber Kane

Amber Kane is a fellow fiber artist who works with weaving and crochet to create beautiful and unique designer scarves.  She is producing a series of interview with other artists, and I sat down with her recently, via Skype, to engage in a dialogue over a wide range of artistic topics.  We discuss process,  studio practice, defining an artistic voice, and finding the courage to forge your own identity and creative path.

Amber posted it on YouTube with the tag line:  “What did you love doing as a child?  Sue Reno loved sewing, and she never stopped”.  True!  But of course there's a lot more to the story.  The clip is long-ish, at 26 minutes, but I promise you it is worth your time.

Thanks, as always, for reading and for viewing.

1 comment:

Rachel Biel said...

Wonderful interview, Sue! I saw the post on our TAFA Facebook page and just had to come over and watch it. So fun to see you in "real" life. Maybe someday it will actually happen for real! :)

I'll share this with our TAFA group members, too, as I think you have a lot of great insights that they can relate to.

Amber did a great job in asking good questions and in keeping it moving. Well done, both of you!