Exhibiting her artwork both nationally and internationally, Susan Loftin has had over 20 solo exhibitions and has participated in over 50 group shows. Her work is in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the High Museum, Atlanta,Georgia; MOCA GA, Atlanta, Georgia; the Mint Museum and the Asheville Museum in North Carolina; the Speed Museum in Kentucky; as well as significant corporate and private collections. The American Craft Magazine, American Ceramics, Art Papers, and Art Forum have featured her work. Loftin was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and was chosen to be an artist in residence by the Ministry of Culture, Paris, France; the Kohler Arts Industry Studio Program, Kohler, Wisconsin and the American Cultural Center, Damascus, Aleppo, Syria.” Loftin employs a variety of media in her work, including glass, clay, wood, wire, paper, brick, and tape. Her love of materials and the act of building is ever present in her work.

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