Suzanne Tidwell creates large-scale, site-specific fiber installations of vibrant color that transform undesirable and underused public areas into places people want to frequent. Her work has been described as 'Dr. Seuss meets Christo', and challenges the belief that the sole purpose of knitting is to make garments or provide warmth. Often temporary, Suzanne's installations encourage people to live in the moment, as you never know where an installation will turn up or when it will disappear.