Susan Collett

Susan Collett RCA IAC is a Canadian artist in full-time practice with printmaking and ceramics. In 1986, she graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art, earning a B.F.A. in printmaking with a minor in ceramics.[1]

Canadian artist
Susan Collett with her sculpture “Axis” at the opening of Canada House, London UK 2015
Susan Collett
Born 1961
Nationality Canadian
Education Cleveland Institute of Art, Ohio, U.S.A. BFA Printmaking/Ceramics Minor
Known for Hand-built clay sculpture, drypoint monoprints
Awards Agnes Gund Memorial Award, (USA 1986) Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramics (Canada 2001)
Elected Royal Canadian Academy of Arts (RCA) International Academy of Ceramics (IAC)

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Collett began formal arts education in 1980 at the Central Technical School, graduating in 1982. She then began studies at the Cleveland Institute of Art, graduating with a B.F.A. in 1986, following with an apprenticeship as studio assistant to American ceramic artist Judith Salomon.

Working professionally since 2003, Collett maintains a full-time production studio in downtown Toronto where she creates large-scale clay sculpture and prints. Her ceramic work employs paper clay and nichrome wire substrate. Her monoprints are made from plates of stitched industrial-grade copper.

Collett’s work has been featured in the Toronto International Art Fair, SOFA exhibitions in Miami, Chicago and New York, Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale 2009 Korea and the Taiwan Ceramics Biennale among others.[citation needed]

In 2009, Collett was invited by the Ceramic Artists Association of Israel to conduct a master workshop in Neot HaKikar near the Dead Sea, as well as exhibiting at the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, China Academy of Art, and Concordia University. Her work has appeared in Ceramic Review,[2]Ceramic Art & Perception, and Canadian Art. Collett is recognized as an important contributor to Canadian Studio Ceramic practice, as well as internationally recognized for her contributions to development in ceramic technique.[3][4]

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