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Susan Card: Vase with Flowers

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Description

Susan’s domestic objects are wheel-thrown, sculpted and decorated in a watercolour style.  Her floral Garden Series is influenced by the ceramics of 16th century Japanese potter Ogata Kenzan. Luminous in colour and functional for use, each piece is hand crafted and will slightly vary in colour, pattern, size and weight.

Care & Use: Porcelain pieces are electric fired to 1230 C. They are water safe and hand wash is recommended.

Material: Porcelain

Measurement (in.): D2 x H6.75

Weight (lb. & oz.): 1 pound & 13.8 ounces

SKU: 090664

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About The Artist

Susan Card

Susan Card established a studio in 1989 Toronto, Ontario while studying ceramic design at Sheridan College, after completing degrees at University of Manitoba (B. H. Ec.-textiles, B.F.A. – painting). Card has participated in, curated or acted as a juror for over 150 exhibitions and published many articles about ceramics in local and international publications such as Ceramic Art and Perception (Australia), Ceramic Review (Britain) and Neue Keramik (Germany) and FUSION Magazine (Canada). Card worked as part-time faculty in the School of Crafts and Design, Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario; concurrently, she taught pottery classes for the City of Toronto. Commissions include adaptations of Japanese Edo period pottery for the Royal Ontario Museum and objects for two episodes of Museum Secrets (History Channel, 2011) and the Hollywood movie "The End of Summer" starring Jacqueline Bissett (1995). Card volunteers for the Collections Committee, Art Gallery of Burlington, Toronto Potters and Burlington Potters organizing speakers’ programs. She is a past Board member for Toronto Outdoor Art Fair and FUSION: The Ontario Clay and Glass Association. In 2006, she opened DISH GALLERY + Studio in Toronto Distillery District to make and exhibit her work, as well as works by other Canadian ceramists.

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