Daisy Youngblood (born 1945) is a modern sculptor and ceramic artist. She grew up in North Carolina and currently lives in New Mexico. She was a 2003 recipient of a MacArthur Fellows Program "genius grant".
Youngblood's most well-known sculptural work comprises heads and torsos of people and animals made in low-fired clay, combined with found objects (sticks, teeth, hair). Some of the heads are explicitly representational portraits (such as her 1982 study of the art dealer Richard Bellamy).
- Review of her work from ArtForum, October 1999.
- Images of her work from the McKee Gallery (New York)
- Review of her work from the New York Times, May 1999.