Suzanna Van Schoonhoven Hunter




      I was born in NYC in 1958 and moved to Southeastern Pennsylvania when I was about seven.  I grew up in the suburbs experimenting with every art medium possible.  I have always been an artist; Clay just makes me so happy.

     I Graduated from Kutztown University, Kutztown PA in 1981 with a BFA.  I have been teaching ceramics and art to children and adults.  I was the Classes Coordinator, and a founding member of a local non-profit Art group in Pennsylvania.  The past twenty-three summers I ran a ceramics program for eight hundred children at a day camp. 

     My husband and I moved to Duanesburg in 2006 I am busy working on our house, planting the organic garden, and building some rock walls.   I am enjoying living ten minutes away from my sister, her husband and my two young nieces.  I have two acres of land, a beautiful view, country air, and new inspiration.  I am very happy to be back in NY.


8 Responses to “Suzanna Van Schoonhoven Hunter”

  1. Suzanna’s classes have been given rave reviews by both kids & adults alike in our community. ‘Better than a tupperware party’ is one memorable quote from a group of local woman who booked a Sunday class with Suzanna at her Scotch Ridge Road studio. We’re hoping that many others in the area will consider a personalized, expressive clay class with her for their next ‘home party’. The level of fun, experience & sense of self-expression is beyond words!

  2. Hi Guys,
    Paul Veber Here, I saw your site and wanted to say Hi. I am living in Virginia Beach, and own a restaurant named Blue Pete’s. Please give me a shout, and let me know how Lester is doing, as are your guys. It is nice to see you are doing well.

    Hi Bruce……….
    And Pheobee, and Anabell…….


  3. Hey Paul,
    So surprised and happy to hear from you. Annabel is in Albany, Phoebe is a few hours away, Bruce will be glad to hear a hello.
    Lester is MIA. We should reconnect.
    How on earth (in cyber space) did you find me here?

  4. Look it’s my bowl up there. Thanks Lis. That blue oak leaf bowl
    belongs to Rene, hope she’s enjoying it. And Thank you Barbara for the photograph.

  5. Hi Suzanna,

    It’s been a VERY long time, but I used to be your neighbor back in PA. I’m glad to see that you are doing well. I stumbled across your site and realized, “Hey! I know her!” Say hello to Phoebe and Annabel when you see them. I wonder if you (and they) will remember me?

  6. Hi Suzanna, Your Wilson High School class of 1977 is looking fot you. They are actually having a class reunion next year. They have a page on facebook or I think you can just Google it. I made Beth Reed sign up. I sure hope you read this. There really aren’t many people I want to see but I’ll go. I have never left the area. I will be coming your way soon. I run buses to Turning Stone Casino. I have one coming up Aug 7.8.9. Think of you often and sure do miss old friends. Donna (Ruppert) Fakete

  7. Hi Suzanna — your pottery is gorgeous! I don’t know if you remember me, but we were friends when we lived at Willoughby Walk in Brooklyn. I live in Boston with my family and parents. My mom and I were just talking about how gifted your mother is, and we wondered how you are. The Internet can be a great thing. I think Anabel was born shortly before you moved.
    Let me know how you are doing!
    Vicky (now Victoria)

  8. Hi suzanna, I was your neighbor in Perkasie. I would love to hear from you! We live in Coopersburg. please e-mail me

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