Roseta Santiago

An American self-taught artist, Roseta Santiago began her career by painting murals of wildlife. After completing this project, Santiago moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico and established her home and studio. The Indigenous people and subjects of the American West became her new inspiration. Her work is influenced by Hovsep Pushman, Emil Carlsen, and John Singer Sargent.

Santiago’s artwork is recognized and collected internationally. Her paintings are installed as permanent collections in the Tucson Museum of Art and the Booth Museum. Her artwork is exhibited at the Eiteljorg Museum of Western & Indian Art in Indianapolis, the Booth Museum in Georgia, the Desert Caballeros Museum in Arizona, and most recently at the prestigious Autry’s Masters of the American West in Los Angeles and the Prix de West Invitational in Oklahoma City.