A: We list available works on our CSA (Coast Salish Arts) page. You can also try contacting galleries that carry Susan’s work, as they may have print editions that Coast Salish Arts have sold out of.
A: Yes, Susan is always happy to talk about commissioned projects.
If you’re interested in commissioning a piece of artwork, please give us a call to discuss what kind of work you are interested in – medium (e.g. cedar, glass, metal, etc.) deadline, and approximate budget. This helps us to give you an idea of what might be possible.
A: Susan sometimes produces a written accompaniment to her artworks, and if one exists, then we are happy to share it with you. But Susan prefers to let her work speak for itself, and in many cases write-ups aren't available.
A: It's Susan's preference that her past works not be used for tattoos, as they have often been created with a specific context or message in mind. But she is absolutely open to discussing custom designs for that purpose.
A: While Susan does not teach regular classes, she has in the past been invited to give lectures and be part of artist-in-residence programs with great organizations such as Pilchuck Glass School, Evergreen State College, and Xá:ytem.
We will post details for any upcoming residency programs, or classes in the Media section.