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Susannah Lints Ceramics 2013 Holiday Events

November 7th, 2013

Greetings! Here is where you can shop for my pottery this holiday season.


Holiday Gallery at the Lake Oswego Arts Council, 510 First Street Lake Oswego, Oregon. November 20-through December 21st. Wednesdays thru Saturdays 11am-6pm.

Opening Reception Friday November 22 5-7 pm hope to see you there!


This year, I was invited to join a group of 30 artist friends working in different mediums, who have been creating The Holiday Shop at The Lake Oswego Arts Council Gallery on First Street for the past few years. I will be bringing many gift able items under $50 including mugs, tumblers, cream /sugar sets, small bud vases and more.


Oregon College Of Art and Craft Student/Alumni Holiday Sale November 29th and 30th OCAC CAMPUS | JEAN VOLLUM DDP BUILDING


Friday NOVEMBER  29
Pre-event | 5pm-6pm (first 100 guests get an OCAC shopping bag) Raffle Prizes, Live Music and Hors d’oevres
$10 suggested donation

Sale | 6pm – 9pm

Saturday NOVEMBER 30
Sale | 10 am – 5pm

OCAC’s Annual Student & Alumni Holiday Sale offers over 70 outstanding craft makers and artists from around the Pacific Northwest to sell their works at this very popular and anticipated event. Proceeds from the Holiday Sale benefit OCAC programs and scholarships.

Susannah Lints Guest Artist at Local 14 Show and Sale Oct 3-6, 2013

September 24th, 2013

I want to invite you to join me at the the  Women’s Local 14 Show and Sale October 3-6 2013 at the Forestry Center in Portland. Its a wonderful show of talented women artists in many media. I’m bringing a selection of new work I think you will really enjoy. Please join me at the the artist reception on Thursday night from 6-9 pm. $10 admission  includes lite refreshments.

L14 2013 E card

These are some wall pillows I am bringing that show my new glaze. I’ve created some beautiful bowls and some cream sugar sets with trays too.


Hope to see you at the show.

Creativity Dispels Winter Blahs

February 14th, 2013


I love the way the bones of my garden are exposed in winter. The beauty of the paths branches and shrubs are highlighted in the cool winter light. Walking down the path to my studio in January felt daunting. I had not worked in the studio for several months and I had no idea where I would go next.

winter 2 0660

Then I remembered that I always wanted to play around with the idea of Dutch Tulip vases.


Tulipiere by Susannah Lints

While fairly uncommon in modernity, during the 17th century tulipieres were common pieces of decorative art that could often be found in the houses of European elites After the advent of large-scale global trade in the 17th century, numerous flowers from Asia such as the tulip, crocus and hyacinth became luxury items in Europe and these cut flowers remained an exotic novelty until the end of the 17th century.


I had so much fun making these, a little like decorating a cake. I will be previewing some of these along with some bud vases at the upcoming show at the Shop at OCAC 2/21-3/31. Details in my upcoming events.

I’m included in the new “Best of 500 Ceramics” by Lark Books!

September 3rd, 2012

I am honored to announce my work has been included on page 317 in “The best of 500 Ceramics” to be released Sept 4, 2012. This book was juried from the previous 11 ceramic books in the Lark 500 series over the past decade.

My 15″wall platter is titled The Littlest Birds Sing the Prettiest Songs, was create after listening to one of my favorite songs by the Be Good Tanyas.

This definitive collection features a decade’s worth of memorable ceramic pieces selected from the prestigious and bestselling 500 series. Juried by a roster of acclaimed artists, including such talents as Cynthia Consentino, Beth Cavener Stichter, Richard Notkin, and Sergei Isupov, each piece captures the power of ceramics at the start of a new century. Ceramicists and art enthusiasts alike will treasure the wealth of knowledge offered in this lavishly illustrated keepsake volume as the experts describe what makes a particular vase, teapot, sculpture, or bowl stand out.

Subtractive Exploration and Textural Additions: Visual Obsessions Workshop, Day 2

July 24th, 2012

Visual Obsession, Pivotal Moments and the Passage of Time, Workshop Day 2

Thursday began with a discussion about altering an existing book. the idea is to scratch for ideas and respond to words phrases or images in an existing book . The process involves editing with gesso allowing us to focus on a single word or phrase, and to add our own ideas to the “sketchbook” The beauty of this exercise is that you never have to face the dreaded blank page.

a striking page in the altered book

I had to overcome my reticence to mark in a printed book. I was taught never mark or color in any book.

Possible actions are; scratching for ideas,gluing stuff in, conceal/reveal,gesso


Thursday afternoon

Andrea began a demonstration of creating grounds by putting acrylic paint on wet Bristol paper. We explored using brushes and other tools such as grout spreaders to give different visual texture.

Tools: Bristol paper, matt medium, foam brush, acrylic paint in at least 2 colors,water.


mixing color for ground exercise


creating her background with acrylics

having fun

Thursday afternoon came and it was time to go. Already, we had 3 element we had created; the small process paintings with lines and circles, the altered book, and the large acrylic grounds.I had no idea where we might be going with this exercise or how it might relate to what we did yesterday. I was intrigued and it got me thinking about these elements and how they might all relate. Couldn’t wait for day 3.