Susan likes to think of herself as a prospector for beauty. Treasure can be hidden under many layers and only requires a prospector to bring it to the surface. She seeks to unearth the sometimes-hidden beauty in the garden, home, “one man’s junk”, fibre art and the lives of others. Her passion is to reflect God to the world by creating and calling out this beauty.
Bio last updated December 27th, 2018.
Articles by Susan Fulmore
Embracing My Inheritance
By Susan Fulmore
November 21, 2018
Susan Fulmore was brought up in the evangelical tradition. She explores her inheritance, of rooms unused, of spaces she had not sat. The full house has been calling her.
Knowing that millions of Christians from all branches of the faith are preparing along with me for the coming of Advent or Easter reminds me of my place in the holy catholic church While remaining in my local evangelical church I am choosing to read from the vast library of wisdom left by those who have gone before, and those considered to be outside of my brand of the faith
The Poplar Speaks
October 23, 2018
Rippled bark marked with chasms and canyons. A knot cracked and opened, revealing inner tender skin. Burls adorned with mustard toppings. Shadings of cream, caramel and chocolate.