Sue has been involved with clay for almost 40 years at various levels. Currently she is teaching 2 classes of wheel-throwing at the Roundhouse Community Centre.
Sue Griese is a ceramic artist whose work involves extensive wheel throwing, sculpture, masks and some low relief tiles. As a teenager she lived in the Indian sub-continent, surrounded by interesting architecture and sculptures that influenced her decision to forge a career in arts. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emily Carr University and her teacher training at SFU. She has been a pottery instructor for 35 years with Parks and Recreation, currently teaching at the Roundhouse Community Centre.
She has displayed her work in numerous galleries locally and internationally. She has spent time studying and working in Japan, New Zealand, Thailand, Turkey, Ecuador and Greece.