Articles and Bibliography


Articles and reviews about Susanne

Glick, John. "Twelve Potters from Detroit." Studio Potter, (Winter 1973): 26
Colby Joy, Review, "Susanne Stephenson," The Detroit News, (28 Mar, 1998)
________. Review, "Revolution Duet," The Detroit News, (11 Nov, 1998)

Crowell, Susan. "Together in Clay," Ceramic Art and Perception 39-40, (1994), No 17
Donohue, Marlena. Review, Los Angeles Times (16 March 46)
Gastrom Linda. Review of Demos; NCECA Journal 2001

Koplos, Janet, "Alteration: The Ceramics of Susanne Stephenson," American Craft 42 No.6, (Dec., 1992)
Merino, Tony, "Color as a Prime Factor," 29th US Clay National Ceramics and Perception 67-69 No .14 (1993).

Miro, Marsha.Review, Detroit Free Press. (8 May 1988)
__________. Review, Detroit Free Press. (12 May 1991).
Peterson, Susan, "Michigan Medley," Air Brush Digest, Mar/Apr 1984 P
Polenberg, Marcia, Exhibition Review, American Ceramics 4/3. 2004

Rhodes, Daniel, "Exhibition at Arts Center Gallery, State University Gallery, Fredonia." Craft Horizon, (Jul '69): 43

Sibrack-Marian Paula. "Susanne Stephenson , Landscape Vessels" NCECA Journal 2001, Vol XXII

Slowinski, Dolores. "John and Susanne Stephenson." Ceramics Monthly, (Sept '89); 43 48


Authored by Susanne

Stephenson, Susanne G, "Color and Form: Landscape, Uncovering the Painted Gesture," Studio Potter, (Dec'99)

__________. "Perception," Studio Potter, (Dec '88)


XXIII Concorso Internazionale Della Ceramica D'Arte, June 19 - August 29, '65: 4

Cranbrook Ceramics, 1950 - 80, Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, January 25 - April 3, '83

Juried Members' Exhibition, National Council on Education for the Ceramics Arts (NCECA), Traveling Exhibition, 1990 - 1991.


Axel, Jan and Karen McCready, Porcelain: Traditions and New Visions. New York: Watson Guptill, 1981

Bai Ming, Overseas Ceramic Art Classics, Jiangxi Province, PR of China

Clark, Garth and Margie Hughto. A Century of Ceramics in the United States, 1878 -1978. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1979.
________. American Potter. New York: Watson Guptill, 1981 ________. American Ceramics, 1878 to the present New York: Abbeville Press, 1987

Hall, Julie. Transition and Change. New York: E.P.Dutton, 1977.

Lynn, Martha Drexler. Clay Today: Contemporary Ceramists and Their Work. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1990

Mosely, Linda. Artists in Clay, Ten from the Midwest. 1980. St Charles, MO: Lindenwood Colleges, 1980

Nelson, Glenn C. Ceramics, A Potter's Handbook. Fifth Edition, New York, NY, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1984

Pancioli, Diana. Extruded Ceramics, Lark Books, Sterling Pub. Co, N.Y. N.Y., 2000

Perry, Barbara. American Ceramics, the Collection of the Everson Museum of Art. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum of Art and New York: Rizzoli, 1989.
__________. Fragile Blossoms, Enduring Earth, New York: Everson Museum of Art

Peterson, Susan. The Craft and Art of Clay. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, and NJ: Prentice Hall, Inc 1992, 1995 and 2000

Rhodes, Daniel. Clay and Glazes for the Potter. Philadelphia, New York and London, Chilton Book Company, 1973

Slowinski, Dolores, Sustained Visions, Detroit Focus Gallery; Detroit, Michigan 1988.

Zakin, Richard. Ceramics, Mastering the Craft, Radnor, Pennsylvania, Chilton Book Company, 1990

_______. Electric Kiln Ceramics, Second Edition, and Radnor, PA: Chilton Book Co., 1994.

The Penland Book of Ceramics, Lark Books, Sterling Publishing Co, NY, N.Y. 2003