Susan Adams is a contemporary jeweler and master metalsmith, working in sterling, gold, and other metals. She received a Master’s Degree from Cranbrook Academy. Susan has produced solid silver spurs, sterling hollow-ware, and many jewelry designs. She is the originator of jewelry based on spur rowels, and has been (badly) imitated. Her “Waving Cowgirl”, a tribute to early 19th century rodeo cowgirls, was used as the logo for the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame for ten years. Susan has received myriad awards including four from the prestigious Western Design Conference.