Sandy Young Solo Exhibition
Sandra Lee Gallery
San Francisco, CA
Scottsdale Arts Festival
Fri. & Sat. 10-6pm
Solo Show: Sandy Young – “Perceptions of Time” at Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco. November 3 – 22, 2015. Opening Reception on Thursday, November 5, 2015 from 5:30-8:30pm
Read about the show on the Sandra Lee Gallery web site.
251 Post Street, Suite 310
San Francisco, CA 94108
Sandy Young will be exhibiting at the 63rd Annual Sausalito Art Festival taking place Labor Day Weekend at Marinship Park in Sausalito, CA.
Sandy will be debuting new work from her on-going dimensional mixed-media art series. Combining mixed media with kiln-formed glass overlays, Sandy creates dimensional art pieces that challenge perceptions of time and space.
One of the oldest, most prestigious open-air art events, the Sausalito Art Festival attracts art aficionados and collectors from around the world and continues to set the standard for quality, variety, and innovation of art on display.
Sandy Young will be exhibiting in Booth #106, near the main entrance. The map below shows the location of Booth #106 in relation to the main entrance.
The Sausalito Art Festival takes place Labor Day weekend, September 5 – 7, 2015 at Marinship Park in Sausalito, CA. Hours: Saturday and Sunday 10am – 7pm, Monday 10am – 5pm. Tickets are available at the gate or in advance from the festival web site SausalitoArtFestival.org.
Mark your calendars for Labor Day weekend, September 5-7, 2015. Sandy Young will once again exhibit her mixed media art at the Sausalito Art Festival, joining over 250 other artists Labor Day weekend.
“I had the honor of being one of the jurors for this year’s art festival.”, states Young. “Being a juror gave me an appreciation for the jury process and a greater respect for the dedication of all the entering artists. I made sure I gave my very best attention to the process.”
The 63rd Annual Sausalito Art Festival takes place Labor Day weekend, Sept. 5-7 in Marinship Park, Sausalito, CA. Hours: Sat & Sun 10am-7pm, Mon. 10am-5pm
Sandy Young brings new work to the 25th Anniversary show “Celebration of Fine Art” in Scottsdale, AZ. Sandy’s nature-inspired mixed media pieces such as “Winds of Change” and “Spring Inside” make reference to more than the physical. As is typical of her work, Sandy’s new pieces speak to the psychological or inner experience. “Within the Pages” and “From B&W to Color” appear to be more personal as they each feature the image of a young girl.
It is the layering, use of glass, transparency, opacity and dimension that create intrigue and draw one into the art pieces, themselves. “Dawn-Lit Path” and “Night and Day” make particular use of dimension. In the piece “Dawn-Lit Path”, the stairs appear three-dimensional, receding from the viewer, and are accentuated by the actual depth behind the doorway at the top of these steps. “Night and Day” plays with illusion and ambiguity as the window appears to float in a room made up of outside and inside elements, yet offers a new view through its own panes of glass.
Also on display and new this year is art glass lighting by Sandy Young. “The art glass lighting is a fun way for me to play with light and color, and shows a lighter (no pun intended) side of me”, states Young. Geared toward the interior design market, Sandy’s sconce lighting and pendant lamps are all one-of-a-kind, with hand-made glass with UL-listed fixtures.
Celebration of Fine Art runs 7 days a week and offers an opportunity to meet and interact with the almost 100 artists on site. Open through March 29, 2015, Celebration of Fine Art is located at N. Hayden and Loop 101 in Scottsdale, AZ. Hrs: 10am – 6pm. www.celebrateart.com
Here’s an opportunity to see Sandy and her work together in a casual open studios environment. As part of San Francisco’s Open Studios event, Sandy will be joining 11 other artists in a showing at SHARED, San Francisco.
SHARED artists are participating in Artspan’s Open Studios event the weekend of October 25-26, from 11am-6pm, with a reception on Friday, October 24th from 7-9 pm. Everyone is invited. SHARED is located at 739 Bryant St., San Francisco.
SF Open Studios is the oldest and largest open studios program in the country, featuring an annual, month-long art event in October that showcases over 900 emerging and established San Francisco artists. Artspan provides a preview exhibition at 934 Brannan St., San Francisco with over 400 artworks by SF Open Studios artists. The exhibition opens on Saturday October 11.
Where: SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan Street, SF
Exhibition Dates: Friday, October 10 through Sunday, November 9
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday, noon-7pm / Saturday, 11am-5pm / Sunday, 11am-3pm
Admission: Free and open to the public.
Join Sandy and her fellow artists for this unique event.
Sandy Young is now represented in the San Francisco Bay Area by Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco, CA.
Sandra Lee Gallery specializes in contemporary painting and sculpture with an emphasis on West Coast and Asian artworks. Located in Union Square, Sandra Lee Gallery has found a home in the city’s cosmopolitan center, a cultural destination for locals and visitors, alike.
The gallery’s mission is to connect serious art collectors and art lovers with innovative, original artwork. Sandra Lee’s artists represent a diverse and valuable segment of an increasingly global creative community.
Sandra Lee Gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10:30-6:00 pm, and Sundays by appointment.
251 Post St., Suite 310, San Francisco, CA 415-291-8000
Sandy Young’s 10 week show and residency at Celebration of Fine Art in Scottsdale, AZ was a success. Much art sold to collectors new and old, and Sandy had time to start exploring new work. April saw her return to Sonoma, get settled back into her studio, and gain representation by Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco.
Sandra Lee Gallery specializes in primary market contemporary art, and will represent Sandy Young in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sandra Lee Gallery, a member of the San Francisco Art Dealer’s Association, is located in Union Square at 251 Post St. in San Francisco, CA. The gallery is open Mon – Sat from 10:30 – 6:00 pm, and Sundays by appointment.