Interpreting the joy of living through painting is meaningful to Sandy. She paints people, nature, still life, and landscapes as a part of everyday life. Sandy has won various awards for her work in juried exhibitions.
Born in Chicago, Sandy grew up in the Atlanta area, lived in Germany, and has called Tallahassee home ever since. She studied art history at Emory University, and received two graduate degrees from Florida State University. After a career in public service, Sandy studied and painted with local artists, working in oil and acrylic. Her style ranges from representational to contemporary and abstract themes.
Sandy's work has been shown at the FSU College of Medicine (one person show); Gadsden Art Center; Lemoyne Center for the Visual Arts; 1020 Art Gallery; Radiology Associates; Tallahassee Senior Center; Brokaw McDougall House; for a performance of the Tallahassee Symphony; Forest Meadows Tennis Center; and several local restaurants.