Sandy's Self Portrait in pencil won an award at the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club National Exhibition in NYC in 1987. She worked exclusively from life using 2 mirrors so she could see her profile.
Sandy was featured in Around Concord magazine. To view the article, click here.
"Sandy deeply appreciates both the beauty and wildness of nature, and this is clear in her art. While she receives inspiration from the natural world, she also helps sustain it. She and her husband live on 81 acres that they have protected with a conservation easement: they felt that protecting their own land was the greatest gift they could give. Nature inspires art, which inspires conservation which protects wildness that inspires art. It's a great feedback loop!"
— Jane Difley, president of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests