Martha Ferguson paints abstracted landscapes that examine a subjective interior place while considering a more objective exterior environment. Her lyrical landscapes slip between spaces grounded in the real world and imaginary worlds. Her work has been included in numerous juried group exhibitions, which include, Sande Webster Gallery, in Philadelphia, PA, Gallery Via San Gallo, in Florence, Italy, Cork Gallery, NY, Rosenwald Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY, and Slipe Gallery, University of Hartford, CT. She has received awards from the East End Arts Council and Guild Hall Museum. As part of Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Fellowship she represented American art educators in Tokyo and Okinawa, Japan. Ferguson received her M.F.A. from the University of the Arts in 2010 and her B.F.A. from Hartford Art School, University of Hartford in CT. She has studied painting at Santa Reparta International School of Art in Florence, Italy and printmaking in Corsica, France.