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 Susan Henningsen  (1943 - )

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Lived/Active: Arizona      Known for: sculptor-portrait and figure

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Biography from Taos Gallery:
A graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Arizona State University, Susan Henningsen became a sculptor of realistic depictions of figures and portraits. Her most well known work is a larger-than-life size portrait (nine feet high, one-thousand pounds) of Sandra Day O'Connor, United States Supreme Court Justice, for the Maricopa County Courthouse in Phoenix, Arizona.

The work, taking 18 months, was completed in September, 2002. Of this piece, Henningsen said: "I wanted her to be judicial--she's a national treasure-- and I wanted her to be warm, welcoming, and encouraging." And of her sculpture generally she said: "It has to bring you joy. I always tell my little students that 'can't' isn't spoken in the classroom" ("Phoenix Republic" -Dennis Wagner)

Of the Sandra Day O'Connor sculpture, the following was written in an editorial in "The Scottsdale Tribune", September 6, 2002. "This is public art at its best."

She taught this subject at the Scottsdale Artists School and to elementary students at the Madison School District.



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