Sue Schweitzer is a traveler. She has left vessels along her journeys to demonstrate her gratitude for the rich diversity she has witnessed. Sue speaks beautifully about how a trip to South Africa altered her perspective on life and clay,

“…the exposure to the people and habitat [led me to] start playing with altered rims. That brought a new voice to my forms. That altered the way I think about texture. It all circles back to the foundation of form and shaping space with integrated rhythmic flow.” Sue has been a monitor for some time in the NCC studios as well as a community class student. We are excited to see her put her unique background as a creative strategist into the conversation of MN NICE!