Susan has been a serious ceramic artist for the last fifty years specializing in ritual objects. Her work has been shown at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City, the Craft and Folk Museum in Los Angeles, the Oakland Museum in Oakland, California and at Christie's in London, U.K. In 1986, she had a solo show at the Judah L. Magnes Museum in Berkeley and has a piece in its permanent collection. She has pieces in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Jewish History in Philadelphia, and her work is owned by the Skirball Museum in Los Angeles and the Jewish Museum in the former Soviet Union. In 2007 she had a solo show at Hebrew Union College Museum, New York , NY. In 2008, she had a show at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX. In 2005 and 2009, Susan had solo shows at the Badè Museum at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. In 2012, the Jewish Heritage Museum in Danville, CA presented "Susan Duhan Felix -- Then and Now", a retrospective.
She served on the Berkeley Art Commission for six years and was elected president for three of those years. She is a founder of the Jewish Arts Community of the Bay and served as its first Executive Director. A member of the Berkeley Cultural Trust, she is presently Art Ambassador for the City of Berkeley.
Susan Duhan Felix at Opening of Bade Museum Show