Susan studied ceramics at the University of Houston. Although she received a degree in ceramic sculpture, she spent years involved with performance art, multi-media installation, and mixed-media and digital collage. In 2003, she returned to clay with the gift of a kiln, with an interest in the Japanese concept of wabi sabi. This aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. She is attracted to awkward lines, bold gestures, primitive marks and secret iconographies. Susan works primarily in porcelain.
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