Susan Hackett self-identifies as a maker. She works in traditional craft media, often glass, but also metal, wood, paper and clay as well as creating images using photography and printmaking. Susan earned a BFA at MassArt in Boston, and an MFA from the Nomad9 program at Hartford Art School
Using modest materials, she seeks to make catalytic objects and imagery creating most of these objects and images in her studio, on the shores of quietly beautiful Lake Manitook in Granby Connecticut. Her work has been shown in several venues in the northeast including Five Points Gallery, the Slater Museum, the Palestine Museum, Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn NYC. Susan’s artwork is currently exhibited at Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, Connecticut.