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 Peggy Anne Detmers  (1957 - )

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Lived/Active: South Dakota      Known for: sculpture-wildlife, Indian figure

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is from the artist, March 2004.

Born: 1957, Canton, SD.

She is a fourth-generation South Dakotan, her great grandparents arriving in SD in the 1880s coming from Holland on her mothers side, and Denmark, Scotland, and Germany on her dad's side.

Living and working in the Black Hills of SD as a sculptor, painter and illustrator.

Most noted Commission: Peggy has created the world's largest contemporary (1950 to present) bronze assembly of all original work, no duplication from molds. It depicts fourteen bison and three mounted Lakota warriors at 125% life-scale for the Tatanka - Story of the Bison museum at Deadwood, SD.

Education: Schooled as a wildlife biologist receiving her Bachelors of Science from South Dakota State University in 1980, she now uses all her anatomy studies in her figurative human and animal works.

Mentors: Peggy thanks John Seerey-Lester, Nancy Glazier, and Robert Bateman as her inspiration and mentors in the field of Wildlife Art. She thanks Jane Goodall, whom Peggy has worked with as being her biology mentor.

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