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Susan Grant Raymond, American Sculptor. Avocations: skiing, riding, backpacking, tennis. F C. Recipient Maurice Hexter award National Sculpture Society, 1984, Art Castings award N. American Sculpture Exhibition, 1982, Summerart award Steamboat Springs Arts and Humanities, 1984; winner 10th Mountain Division Monumental Sculpture at Fort Drum, Watertown, New York, 1990: named honorary member 10thMountain Division at work's completion, 1992.


Raymond, Susan Grant was born on May 23, 1943 in Denver, Colorado, United States.


Bachelor in English, Cornell University, 1965. Master of Arts in Anthropology, University Colorado, 1968.


Curator of anthropology, Denver Museum of National History, 1968-1971;contract artist, Denver Museum of National History, 1976-1977, 79, 81, 83;instructor in anthropology, United States International U., Steamboat Springs, Colorado, 1971-1973.


  • Avocations: skiing, riding, backpacking, tennis. F C.


  • Other Work

    • Sculpted monumental bronze sculpture for Littleton Colorado, 1987, Vail, Colorado, 1986, inspirational sculpture Childrens Hospital, 1977, diorama figures for Denver Museum of National History, 1971, 76, 77, 79, 81, 83, sculptures Routt Memorial Hosp, 1977, University Denver, 1982, Craig Hospital 1984, 94, 99, Lakewood Westernaires, 1984, Stonegate swimming hole, Scottsdale, 1989, 10th Mtn. Division Monument, Fort Drum, New York, 1991, Ketring Park, Littleton, Colorado, 1994, Denver Zoo, 1993, Tulsa Zoo, 1994, Ritchie Associates, Wichita, Kansas, 1993-1994, 96, St. Joseph's Hospital, Denver, 1997, Zoo Atlanta, 1997, Montauk State Park, Missouri 2003. Exhibited at Western Heritage Art Fair, Littleton, 1991, Sculpture in the Park, Loveland, Colorado, 1993, 94, National Western Stock Show Art Exhib.

      , 1994-2006, Memorial Wall for Kent Denver School, 1998, Monument for City of Albuquerque, 1998, Colorado Governor's Invitational Art Show and Sale, 2003-2005. Commission sculpture Littleton (Colorado) History Museum, 1999, Donor Alliance Monument at Hudson Gardens, Littleton, 1999, Monument for Wichita (Kansas) Strykers, 2000, Monument for Rigden Farm, Fort Collins, 2001, Colorado Academy, 2005.


Member National Ski Patrol, 1965-1975. Board directors Tread of Pioneers Museum, Steamboat Springs, 1971-1987.


  • Other Interests

    Skiing, riding, backpacking, tennis, silversmithing.


Daughter of Edwin Hendrie and Mary Belle (McIntyre) G. Married Macpherson Raymond Junior, August 18, 1967 (divorced March 1987). Children: Lance Ramsay (deceased), Mariah McIntyre.

Edwin Hendrie Raymond

Mary Belle (McIntyre) Raymond

Macpherson Raymond Junior

Lance Ramsay Raymond (deceased)

Mariah McIntyre Raymond