Art Brokerage: Susan Kliewer American Artist: 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 for the City of Sedona, Arizona. The ten-foot high sculpture of her town's namesake was installed in front of the Sedona Library in 1994. Since then, many more monuments have been commissioned and installed in the United States and Europe. Susan is currently working on fourteen, two thirds life sized sculptures for the Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens and Sculpture Park on Kauai, Hawaii depicting a Navajo family settlement. Susan often uses her Native American friends and relatives as models to capture that special intimacy which is a hallmark of her work. Her depictions of Indians, cowboys and cowgirls in everyday life from the past as well as the present are, as one critic said; "Truly heartfelt". "My work aims to show the common thread that underlies all human experience, and which, I hope brings us to a greater understanding between all people" Listings wanted.