Suzanne M. Kane combines the knowledge of a BFA in sculpture from Michigan State University, and an MFA in ceramics fro New Mexico State University to construct whimsical narratives. Her ceramic sculpture is exhibited nationally, receiving awards in ten states. Kane's work is included in the permanent collections of the Archie Bay Foundation in Helena, Montana, the New Mexico State Capitol, the Albuquerque Museum, the Las Cruces Museum of Art (Las Cruces NM), and the Littleton Fine Arts Museum in Colorado. Suzanne's sculpture is displayed in numerous galleries, public spaces,
and private collections.
Suzanne is also a teacher and writer on the arts. She is currently a lecturer at the University of Texas, El Paso, and she has been an instructor of ceramics at New Mexico State University. She has led workshops in New Mexico and Michigan, and she taught visual arts in K thru 12. Her ceramic work can be seen in several issues of Ceramics Monthly, and her writing is recently published in Ceramics Technical.