Sculptor Susannah Montague in Australia’s Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Top 100 Sculptors of 2018 on InstagramRead More
Deck the Walls! will present itself as an entire wall of small-to-medium sized artworks, perfect for gift-giving this holiday season. This salon-inspired exhibition will aim to entice viewers to give the spectacular gift of art for the holidays.Read More
Announcing new representation in Calgary at Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art “…one of North America’s leading contemporary art galleries representing prominent Albertan, Canadian and international artists. The gallery’s program has an emphasis on process oriented artwork that challenges both the traditional use of materials and formal aesthetics."Read More
For her latest project, Montague is stepping out of her studio and collaborating with the ocean. She's submerging new ceramic pieces in crab traps in the intertidal zone, allowing barnacles to grow on them. Barnacles are small crustaceans that build a "house" around them made of calcium carbonate — which happens to be the most common source of calcium in ceramic glazes.Read More
See new work from ceramic sculptor Susannah Montague at the 2018 Seattle Art Fair.
Elissa Cristall Gallery
I am thrilled to have been featured in the issue IX of Create! Magazine. This issue of Create! Magazine was curated by none other than the amazing Danielle Krysa AKA the Jealous Curator.Read More
Inner Critic Talisman Project with Susannah Montague
Sunday, March 18, 2018 | 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Seymour Art Gallery
A wonderful blog from France! Merci Le Blog Du Kitsch!Read More
Dimitris Manolas has created a beautifully curated collection of inspiring work on his site theVanderbild.com.Read More
GraphiGeek is an online hub where creative ideas are celebrated. I was thrilled to be included in their collection. The writeup on this site was beautiful and it really touched me. I would love to find out who the author was.Read More
The Gallery at Artisan Square and the Bowen Island Arts Council are presenting a solo show by local ceramic sculptor Susannah Montague from March 4th to the 26th entitled “Out of My Head”. The works in the show call on the rich Vanitas tradition. Vanitas is a tradition of highly symbolic works often associated with 16th - 17th century paintings from Flanders and the Netherlands.Read More