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Pat Mathiesen

 (born 1934)
Pat Mathiesen is active/lives in Arizona, California.  Pat Mathiesen is known for sculptor-Indian figure, animal.

Pat Mathiesen

Pat Mathiesen, a painter and sculptor of Native Americans, wildlife and other Western subjects, was born on January 15, 1934, in North Hollywood, California, growing up there. Some of her sculptures include "Wyatt Earp at the O.K. Corral;" "Spirit of Crazy Horse;" "After the Battle at Wounded Knee;" "The Steer Buster;" and "Apache Mountain Spirit Dancer." Horses are the subjects of two major commissions in the early 1970s for the American Quarter Horse Association, in Amarillo, Texas. Mathiesen's twenty-four-foot-high Indian, "One With the Eagle," was sculpted in 1989 for the Scottsdale Airport in Arizona.

Mathiesen graduated from Hollywood High School in 1951, working on dude ranches and in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, durin  ...  Displaying 750 of 2867 characters.

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About  Pat Mathiesen

Born:  1934 - North Hollywood, California
Known for:  sculptor-Indian figure, animal