Susan Grant Raymond

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Title: Sculptor
Location: Boulder, Colorado, United States

Susan Raymond, Sculptor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership as an artist.

As a student, Ms. Raymond attended Cornell University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1965. She continued her education at the University of Colorado, earning a Master of Arts in anthropology in 1968, and started working as a curator of anthropology for the Denver Museum of National History. She continued working at the museum until 1971, when she started as an anthropology instructor at United States International University, where she remained until 1973. Between 1976 and 1983, Ms. Raymond spent several years as a contract artist for the Denver Museum of National History, and slowly started her career as a sculptor. Her artistic career slowly grew and developed, and she has worked as a sculptor for a variety of organizations over more than 40 years as an artist.

In 1977, Ms. Raymond made a sculpture for a children’s hospital. She has created sculptures for the Denver Zoo, the Tulsa Zoo, the Stonegate Swimming Hole, the University of Denver, the University of Texas, the University of Arkansas, the Littleton History Museum, the National Western Stock Show Art Exhibition, and the Teton Science School, among many others. Ms. Raymond is most proud of the work she did on three monuments for the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum in New York. For her work as a sculptor, she has received multiple awards, including the Maurice Hexter Award from the National Sculpture Society and the Art Castings Award from the North American Sculpture Exhibition, among others. In 1992, she was named an honorable member of the 10th Mountain Division.  As a testament to her success, Ms. Raymond has been featured in multiple editions of Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who in the West, and Who’s Who in America.

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