Sue Stone January 2020

Sue reflects on her background as the daughter of a Grimsby fish merchant in a town where fish was king as she was growing up. Using archive photographs Sue has created works which show the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ of her home town. Well dressed children holding large fleshy fish alongside barefooted ragamuffins with skeletal fish.

Sue’s work is largely hand stitched using basic straight stitches which she has developed and adapted over time. The stitching brings to life the faces of the people and the fabrics of the era.We followed her story from her early career to present day with great interest, bringing back memories of fashion and style for many of her listeners.

Sue is a member of the 62 Group, more information about her and this group can be found at

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