Martha Sturdy’s contemporary sculpture art including wall, resin, standing steel, salvaged wood, and wearable sculpture has been featured in a number of prestigious publications including American and Australian Vogue, American, German, and Indian Architectural Digest, Wallpaper, Monocle and Dwell magazine.
Well known for her simple and clean, yet bold and dramatic style, Martha Sturdy’s contemporary sculpture art encourages introspection into the seemingly ordinary and familiar shapes and elements from the natural world.
Recognized on an international scale by artists, collectors, and designers, each of Sturdy’s handcrafted pieces give us a glimpse into her unconstrained spirit and environmental influences from the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada where she was born and raised and currently resides.
- FT HOW TO SPEND IT, February 2020, Brass Sculpture
- 1843, October 2018, charred cedar wood
- HOLE & CORNER, September 2018, profile feature
- WALLPAPER*, July 2018, cover: X sculpture
- AD INDIA, May 2018, resin art screen
- AD GERMANY, May 2018, resin furniture, X sculpture
- HOUSE & GARDEN, March 2017, Undulating #17
- WSJ OFF DUTY, February 2017, steel art screen
- SLEEPER, November 2016, lunar sphere sculpture
- VOGUE LIVING AUSTRALIA, November 2016, house feature
- WALLPAPER*, March 2016, profile feature
- THE TELEGRAPH LUXURY, April 2017, profile feature
- ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST, Feb 2011, profile and house feature
- VOGUE, AMERICA, March 1989, sculpture feature
- VOGUE, AMERICA, June 1988, sculpture feature