If you live in the Puget Sound area, there are a few opportunities to see Susan’s work in person.
Natives of the East tile will be on exhibition at Matzke Fine Art. See below for show details.
Saturday, February 25, 2012 noon to 3pm
- “Working with Clay”, informal ceramic demonstration in the house at Four Springs Preserve, Lewis Lane, Camano Island, Washington. From Noon to 3pm, Susan Cohen Thompson will be demonstrating her carving technique. Demo concurrent with Port Susan Snowgoose Festival.
Saturday, March 3, 2012 4pm – 9pm opening
- Opening of “Locally Grown” Ceramic Exhibition at Matzke Fine Art, Blanche Way, Camano Island. Eight of Thompson’s ceramic tiles will be included in this group exhibition. https://www.matzkefineart.com/current-show/
Thursday, March 8, 2012 5pm – 8pm opening
- Opening of “Embracing the Edge: Working with Clay in the Pacific Northwest” at the Schack Art Center, 1507 Wall Street, Everett, WA. Six of Thompson’s newest ceramic pieces will be on this exhibition. Both the pair of Moonlight Dance Tiles and the Ceremonial Bird Rattle are included in this show. Susan will be at the opening. The show continues until April 19th. This show is part of the On The Edge, NCECA Seattle Concurrent Ceramic Exhibitions taking place throughout the Puget Sound in March.