Artist Resume


Bachelor of Arts in Biology with honors, from The University of Texas at Austin, 1979.


Celebrate Doilies! at the Dora Lee Langdon Center Cultural and Educational Center, Granbury, TX, September 2017.

Celebrate Doilies! at the Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council, River North Gallery, Stephenville, TX, July and August 2017.

Animals Art Exhibition, Special Merit Award Category, Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery,, June 2016. Slide show at Mama Lion is at 10:30.

a solo special exhibit of 14 art quilts at the International Quilt Festival, Chicago, IL, April 2016.

TextileFusion, a solo special exhibit of 13 art quilts, at the International Quilt Festival, Houston, TX, October 2015. Shards 2: Sometimes was featured in the 2015/2016 annual issue of International Quilt Festival Quilt Scene, p. 50. The exhibit also appeared at Quilt! Knit! Stitch!, Portland, OR, August 2015.

Featured artist at Lion Brand Yarn Studio Gallery, New York, NY, May through July. Passionate Heart, 2014.

The Work of Suzann Thompson, Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council, River North Gallery, Stephenville, TX, June 2013.


“Suzann Thompson: TextileFusion,” by Daryl Brower, pp. 17-19, KNITstyle, Issue 193, October 2014.

“A Texas Flower Girl: Suzann Thompson,” Erath County Living, Summer 2013.

“Suzann Thompson’s Design Inspiration” by Jennifer Ackerman-Haywood, and the Russian Picot Daisy pattern from Crochet Garden, pp. 28 ff., CraftSanity, Issue 7, Summer 2012.



Cute Crochet World: A Little Dictionary of Crochet Critters, Folks, Food, & More, Lark Crafts (Asheville, NC), May 2014.

Crochet Garden: Bunches of Flowers, Leaves, and Other Delights, Lark Crafts (Asheville, NC), May 2012.

Crochet Bouquet: Easy Designs for Dozens of Flowers, Lark Books (Asheville, NC), April 2008. Over 47,000 copies sold.


Since 2008 “Curious and Crafty Readers” supports readers of Suzann’s books with tutorials, project ideas, and more:

Since 2005 “Suzann’s TextileFusion” chronicles her creative activities:

Suzann’s curriculum vitae lists her complete exhibit and publication history: