Susan Kramer has been making vibrant, functional pottery for decades. Her work is influenced by places she has traveled, taking inspiration from local motifs and surroundings. Influences can also be found from 20th century modernist painters. She uses traditional wheel throwing techniques learned while studying in Japan during the mid-eighties. As part of her natural evolution as an artist, she has incorporated hand-building techniques and styles into her line of usable pots.
Feel free to wander the pages of the site and check back often, as new work is continually uploaded.
If you're looking to add to your own collection or to start someone else's please email firstname.lastname@example.org and I'd love to work on your idea.
Updated June 10, 2020:
By now most people have found a reliable routine to move about and stay healthy. That said, COVID-19 has had a profound effect on the ways in which business is conducted. The market where I typically sell my work is still limited to agricultural products and so, for the foreseeable future I will most likely not be at the West River Farmer's Market, but I have taken steps to sell more of my work online as if I was speaking to you directly. On this website and through my Facebook page (Susan Kramer Pottery) you'll find short video clips of my work as well as a host of pieces from the shelves of my studio.
Be healthy, stay sane, and keep your loved ones healthy too.
Pottery for Sale
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