Susan Collett is a Toronto-based artist who works both as a printmaker and ceramic sculptor. She is also one of the creative minds behind the Racine Room, 407.
Collett received her RCA in 2008 and her IAC International Academy of Ceramics in 2007. In 2007 she was selected one of 10 artists across Canada to make a new body of work in China for the opening of The Canada Museum at the FULE International Ceramic Art Museums in Fuping. In 2008 she had a solo exhibition at The Tom Thomson Gallery in Owen Sound and in 2009 solo exhibitions at The Weiss Gallery Calgary and upcoming New Work at The Oeno Gallery in Picton.
Collett’s work is also included in Corporate and Private collections including Ernst & Young, Bank of Montreal, Canadiana Collection Rideau Hall, The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, The Ontario Securities Commission, The Burlington Art Centre and four of Collett’s clay sculptures were placed in Trump Tower Miami 2009. Susan is represented by Sandra Ainsley Gallery in Toronto. Oeno Gallery, Pictorn, Weiss Gallery, Calgary and Galerie Elena Lee in Montreal. You can find out more about Susan Collett at her website.