LOT 047

Glenna Goodacre



MEDIUM: Bronze, cast 5/15

DIMENSIONS: 38 inches overall height


SHIPPING DIMENSIONS: 38x16x10 - 70 lbs.

SOLD FOR: $9,360.00

Including Buyers Premium

Additional Information

Fenn Galleries, Santa Fe, NM, October 16, 1982

Glenna Goodacre: The First 25 Years, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 1995: p. 73.
Glenna Goodacre: Sculpture, Encantado Press, Santa Fe, NM, 2009: p. 169.

Children and Native American subjects intersect with Glenna Goodacre’s Pawna, a bronze first created in 1983. The artist, known for creating the Vietnam Women’s Memorial and the bas relief of Sacagawea on the golden dollar coin, explained the work in her book, Glenna Goodacre: The First 25 Years: “Pawna was a Sioux Indian friend about 3 years old. Even though he wore jeans and T-shirts and lived in a modern house in Boulder, I thought of how he would have been in the 19th century. He is wearing leather leggings and a breechcloth, busy at play in his plains village, feeding a cherry to his pet raccoon.”


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