Nature-Inspired Crochet Art by Susanna Bauer

As quoted directly from her website, Susanna Bauer’s work is an “intimate dialogue with nature,” which is the perfect wording for the intricate and delicate beauty that Bauer brings to each of her pieces.

Working directly with leaves, twigs, and branches from the forest, Susanna has mastered the art of using fine thread crochet to adorn these items from Mother Earth.

More About Susanna Bauer

Susanna Bauer was born in Germany in the late 1960s. She originally studied Landscaping Architect at the Technische University in Munich but then went on to study at the Camberwell College of Art in London after several years of model-making for movies and TV.

This is when Susanna began working with nature, and since then, her work has been seen all around the world. Susanna’s work continues to be on exhibit today and was most recently seen in America in New York during June 2023.

Check out the extensive list of exhibits that Bauer’s work has made an appearance for over the years.

Admiring the Work of Susanna Bauer

Being active on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter, it's not hard to find the remarkable artwork of Bauer online.  

But we wanted to take some time to highlight some of the incredible crochet details that she put into her work.  You'll see a variation in the items she chooses to work with, along with the style and scope of work she does on each individual piece. 

Be sure to check out her website and socials for a more extensive look at her work, including her 3D sculptures and pieces available for purchase

Hannah Ege

A life long crocheter and knitter, Hannah is a creative person who enjoys designing their own patterns while having deep appreciation and love for timeless designs. Hannah's first official job was in a yarn store as a teenager and even now they regularly knit and crochet for friends and commissioned pieces. When not busy with fiber, Hannah enjoys all things coffee, reading, hiking and spending time with their kid.

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