The environment of the Southwest significantly influences my work. My sculptures represent the energy found in totems and the interaction of the positive and negative spaces created by the sculpture’s shapes. These represent moments in time depicted in a static state.
His work is displayed in southwestern galleries including the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center as well as larger scale public art seen in communities across Colorado, Texas and Wyoming.
Sandy has studied with David Suits, Clayton Bailey, Peter Voulkus, Jack Canon, Tasheko Takazu, Wayne Higby, Ken Ferguson, Paul Soldner, and Tony Heslop, completing an MFA in Ceramics and Sculpture.
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