Susan Heller does abstract sculpture. Her work is hand built, from unglazed, ceramic stoneware.
Each piece is one of a kind, inspired by her interest in nature & organic forms, as well as her love of modernist design.
Susan received her BFA, from The School for Visual Art in New York and moved to Brooklyn in 1967. There she worked in other mediums and in 2000 started working with clay. Susan's work is exhibited at The Cocobolo Gallery, on the lower east side, in Manhattan.
If you would like to see more of Susan's work, visit her website at Susanhellerceramics.com.