Suzanne Hubbard learned the art of weaving in Nantucket and Sweden, and has shown her tapestries in galleries and museums. Over decades of weaving she has developed a deeper appreciation for the craft. Weaving’s patterning process resembles a life-patterning process. Therefore, in addition to its visual aspects, it also creates a non-verbal language that graphically expresses Nature’s world of interdependent relationships. We are a part of this fabric too. Pattern, structure, and texture remain the primary elements in her work––and each tapestry expresses an important theme when seen from the integrated perspective of the whole cloth. She writes, teaches Life-Weaving, and weaves at home on Vashon Island. Suzannehubbard.com
Vashon Center for the Arts
Main Number and Staff Directory: 206.463.5131
Katherine L White Hall/Box Office: 206.259.3007
Blue Heron/Class Registrar: 206.259.3005
Box Office & Gallery hours:
Wednesday – Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
19600 Vashon Hwy SW
Vashon, WA 98070
PO Box 576
Vashon, WA 98070
Vashon Island is the traditional homeland of the sx̌ʷəbabš (pronounced Schwa-ah-babsh) people, a once thriving Native community decimated by colonization. VCA is committed to stewarding this land, fostering creativity, and honoring indigenous culture through the arts.
Diversity and Inclusion
We celebrate diversity in all aspects of the work we do and support an environment of inclusion, racial equity, and social justice in our programming and operations. We welcome all individuals to our campus and steward them with respect and dignity. We hold our patrons and all affiliates to the same standard: our home is a center for all, regardless of race, place of origin, sex, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, or class.