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MARTHA PETTIGREW


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Esperanza

Esperanza
Sculpture
Chico

Chico
Sculpture
Karime

Karime
Sculpture

Coastal Spirits Monument

Coastal Spirits Monument
Sculpture (H 104in x W 24in x D 24in)
Water Song AP

Water Song AP
None (H 61in x W 50in x D 34in)
Red Raider

Red Raider
Sculpture (H 5in x W 4in x D 3in)

The Searcher

The Searcher
Sculpture (H 72in x W 24in x D 16in)
Divine Wind

Divine Wind
Sculpture (H 18in x W 20in x D 8in)
Shima Monument

Shima Monument
Sculpture (H 39in x W 0in)

Dakota Wind

Dakota Wind
Sculpture (H 44in x W 0in)
Coastal Spirits

Coastal Spirits
Sculpture (H 28in x W 6in x D 6in)
On the Trail

On the Trail
Sculpture

Pueblo Drummer

Pueblo Drummer
Sculpture (H 44in x W 24in x D 19in)
The Weavers

The Weavers
Sculpture (H 23in x W 19in x D 11in)
Corn Maiden 26

Corn Maiden 26
Sculpture (H 26in x W 20in x D 20in)

La Familia

La Familia
Sculpture
Shima, Maquette

Shima, Maquette
Sculpture
Ralph

Ralph
Sculpture

Rocio

Rocio
Sculpture
Las Hermanas

Las Hermanas
Sculpture
Rebecca 26"

Rebecca 26"
Sculpture (H 26in x W 14in x D 14in)

Hopi Basket

Hopi Basket
Sculpture
Little Corn Maiden

Little Corn Maiden
Sculpture
Corn Maiden AP

Corn Maiden AP
Sculpture

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Artist Biography

Formerly an illustrator, Martha Pettigrew has established herself as one of the foremost Western contemporary sculptors. Her work has been accepted in such prestigious and exclusive exhibitions as: Settlers West’s The Great American West Show, Tucson Arizona; Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum’s Birds in Art, Wausau, Wisconsin; Women Artists and the West, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona; and Sculpture in the Park, Loveland, Colorado.

Consistently one of the top-selling sculptors in exhibitions, Martha’s work is sought after by institutions, corporations, privately funded sculpture gardens, and many private collectors.

Featured on the cover of Southwest Art magazine, July 1998, Pettigrew says, “I find the everyday tasks of the native people of the Southwest, especially the women, to be an endless source of inspiration. If I have achieved my goal as a sculptor the viewer will feel an emotional attachment and never tire of seeing the piece. The sculpture may become a source of inspiration in their lives.”




Media Links
Audio Clip
Western Art & Architecture Article, April, 2012
Southwest Art Interview, March, 2010

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