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Susan Schultz

190 Farmholme Road
Stonington, CT 06378, U.S.A.
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Phone: 860 235-0091

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My current work has its roots in the natural world.   I collect and recreate found natural and man made objects specific to a place, with great attention to detail.  I find beauty in the ordinary and the overlooked, and in the patterns of decay.  Human influence on the environment is a current subject, as is imagery from 16th and 17th Renaissance still life painting.  Disparate objects are combined to create a new history, capturing a frozen moment.


  • 2006 Connecticut Commission on the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship
  • 2005 Visual Arts Sea Grant, University of Rhode Island Sea Grant Program
  • 2006 A.I.R. Vallauris, Vallauris, France, two month artist residency


  • 2006  Natures Mortes, Galerie Aqui Siam Ben, Vallauris, France
  • 2006  Mitchell College, New London, Connecticut
  • 2005  University of Connecticut, Avery Point, Groton, Connecticut


  • 2007 NCECA Clay National Biennial Juried Exhibition, Kentucky Museum of Arts & Crafts,   Louisville, Kentucky  
  • 2007 Retrospective 2006, Galerie Aqui Siam Ben, Vallauris, France
  • 2006 Natural Instincts, Erickson-Davis Gallery, Ivoryton, Connecticut
  • 2006 Baltimore Clayworks Invitational-an Extravagance of Salt & Pepper, Baltimore, Maryland,      
  • 2006 Viewpoint Ceramics, Grossmont College, El Cajon, California
  • 2005 NCECA Clay National Biennial Jured Exhibition, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland        
  • 2005 Ceramic Competition, Gallery International, Baltimore, Maryland  2nd place award for ceramic sculpture
  • 2005 North American Clay, Guilford Art Center, Guilford, Connecticut
  • 2005 Ceramic Invitational 2005, Texas A & M University, Commerce, Texas
  • 2005 Craft USA 2005, Silvermine Art Center, New Canaan, Connecticut  award for ceramic sculpture