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December 06, 2017
From the start, sculptor and CIA alumna Susan Collett nourish both her art and her business.
By Karen Sandstrom
As a child, Toronto-based sculptor Susan Collett ’86 vividly imagined becoming an artist, but she couldn’t have imagined that her art would inspire an invitation from Queen Elizabeth II. Even in adulthood she couldn’t imagine it. So a few years ago, when a notice arrived that a government letter awaited at the post office, she assumed she was being audited.
“I said to myself, well, they can just wait. I have a bookkeeper, and I do all my stuff on time, and they can just wait,” Collett...
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