Sue Flanders first touched clay her senior year, at the College of St. Benedict, in St. Joseph, MN. Sue was hooked – once you get clay under your fingernails, you can’t get it out. After 10 years away from clay, she discovered the Edina Art Center, where she took classes for 20 years. Five years ago, Sue moved to Mora, Minnesota; where she has her own studio, named Kilns of Flanders. Sue has been teaching clay, hand building in Folk Art scroll settings for the past 10 years.
You can read more about Sue’s work on her website.