A finely modeled and marvelous bronze casting of an Indian Chief, by American artist Susan Kliewer, signed in the bronze “Susan Kliewer, 1998 13/50 copyrighted“
DIMENSIONS: H: 23" x W: 8"
Susan Kliewer ( 1940-)
Susan Kliewer is one of the Southwest’s most acclaimed contemporary sculptors. A painter since the age of ten, Susan turned to sculpting in 1987, after working in an art casting foundry for ten years. In 1993 Susan won a competition to create a monument of Sedona Schnebly. A ten-foot high sculpture of her town’s namesake was installed in front of the Sedona City Library. Kliewer’s life-size fountain portraying the Sinagua people and a fountain of a Hopi Water Maiden are also to be found in Sedona. Her bronze sculpture has won multiple national award and her work has been featured in numerous publications. other sculptures by Susan Kliewer are to be found in private, and corporate collections and in public institutions throughout the US and Europe.
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