Awarded Honorable Mention

 

After the Show, art by Sandy Young

"After the Show" by Sandy Young. Mixed media with kiln-formed glass. 30" x 40" x 3"

Sandy Young was one of 7 award recipients out of a pool of 1500 for her art piece “After the Show” at the exhibition”Memory and Perception” at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art.

Art critic Alan Bamberger juried the national show and presented awards at the show opening on Nov. 17. Sandy’s art “After the Show” received an honorable mention.

Alan Bamberger is an internationally known art consultant, writer, and art reviewer located in San Francisco, CA. He has been actively involved with art for over 40 years. His reviews of gallery and museum shows are eagerly anticipated. His writings include hundreds of syndicated columns, articles and three books.

“Memory and Perception” includes 49 diverse art pieces and runs November 17 through December 23, 2018 at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art.

The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art is located at 500 Palm Drive, Novato, CA, 94949. Hours are Wednesday through Friday: 11am -4pm, Saturday and Sunday: 11am to 5pm. Phone: 415.506.0137.

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Memory and Perception National Juried Exhibition

Sandy Young’s art will be part of “Memory and Perception”, Winter National Juried Exhibition at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art. Sandy’s mixed media piece “After the Show” was juried into the show by Art Critic Alan Bamberger from a national pool of entries.

“Memory and Perception” runs November 17 through December 23, 2018 at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art. There will be an artist reception from 5pm to 7pm on November 17, with a Juror Talk at 4:30pm.

The juror for this show, Alan Bamberger is an internationally known art consultant, writer, and art reviewer located in San Francisco, CA. He has been actively involved with art for over 40 years. His reviews of gallery and museum shows are eagerly anticipated. His writings include hundreds of syndicated columns, articles and three books.

The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art is located at 500 S. Palm Drive, Novato, CA, 94949. Hours are Wednesday through Friday: 11am -4pm, Saturday and Sunday: 11am to 5pm. Phone: 415.506.0137.

marinmoca.org

Sandy Young: Art at Parkpoint, Sonoma

“Winds of Change” by Sandy Young, 36″ x 24″ x 2″

Sandy Young’s mixed media art with kiln-formed glass overlay will be on view at Parkpoint Health Club in Sonoma through June, 2018. On display are over a dozen dimensional wall-hung art pieces featuring glass, imagery, wire and painting.

A reception for the artist will be held on Friday May 4th from 5-7 pm in the Parkpoint lobby.

Visitors and members are encouraged to view the art in the lobby and throughout the main areas of the club. Best times for viewing the art are when the club is slow. Mid-day or late evenings during the week, or afternoon to evening on the weekends are recommended.

The Parkpoint Health Club is located at 19111 Sonoma Hwy, Sonoma, CA 95476. Hours are 5 am to 10 pm Monday though Thursday, 5 am to 9 pm Friday, and 7 am to 7 pm on weekends. Phone: 707-996-3111.

New Book Released!

Book Cover Postcard Memories

Just Released: SANDY YOUNG: Postcard Memories! A new art book covering a selection of 26 mixed media art pieces within the theme of “Postcard Memories” by Sandy Young .

I’ve received multiple requests for a book or portfolio of my mixed media art. I decided to start with a small coffee table picture book showcasing a selection of my art focused loosely around the theme of one of my pieces “Postcard Memories”. In this book I include 26 pieces of art with over 40 color photos, along with brief copy describing the selections.

Here’s a peek inside :

The book is a great way to see many of my pieces! –Sandy

54 pages. 8.5″ x 8.5″
Price: $ 24.95   FREE shipping, + I’ll cover the sales tax.

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Distributor Description:

Award-winning contemporary artist Sandy Young presents 26 of her unique works of art in this beautiful artist-designed book. The works presented reflect 19th century and early 20th century imagery and concepts of time, worked into mixed-media compositions with kiln-formed glass overlay. 47 photographs document the artworks selected by the artist to reflect the theme “Postcard Memories”.

This compact tabletop artist monograph is artfully designed with photos, graphic embellishments and artwork details on every page. Included is an artist statement and brief descriptions of the artworks inspired by turn-of-the-century handwriting, photographs and show posters.

Artist Sandy Young uses innovative techniques to create dimensional wall-hung artworks that can only be conveyed with the help of photos taken at angles to reveal dimension and form. Curved and raised fused glass surfaces formed with imagery overlay and interact with painting and imagery on a base panel to create a sense of depth. Close-up detail photos show wire, tacks, painting, montage, image-transfer, antique skeleton keys and fused glass pieces with kiln-formed bubbles.

Artwork imagery includes 1800’s and early 1900’s show posters, dancers, circus performers, western towns, horse and buggy, stamps, handwriting, postmark cancellations, correspondence, books, buildings and sewing. Despite the antique and vintage imagery, the artist brings a contemporary flair to her one-of-a-kind artworks. Young emphasizes the intangible aspects of the work that she describes as a “…metaphor for the multi-dimensional nature of individual life experience”. Conceptual themes include time passage, the juxtaposing of old with new, life stories, and the representation of psychological and internal experiences through layers of markings and fragmented images.

This creative artist monograph with the artist’s own touches is inspiration for artists and collectors alike. Readers will be delighted to discover this visual reference to Sandy Young’s complex work.

Sandy Young is a contemporary award-winning artist whose work spans multiple artistic disciplines, from mixed media, glass, painting and printmaking to short-form motion art videos and installation. Ever innovating, she has developed her own proprietary methods for creating imagery in glass and has received multiple awards for her art. Her dedication to artistic expression follows a successful career as a Photo-illustrator for clients such as TIME Magazine, Simon & Schuster, Random House, Forbes, TIME Global and a multitude of other publications.

  • Paperback: 54 pages
  • ISBN-13: 978-0999325001
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 ounces

Price: $ 24.95 + FREE shipping. Sales tax paid by Sandy Young Art

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Studio Open Nov. 12

Open Studio Nov. 2107

The smoke has cleared –quite literally, and I can now hold an “Open Studio” event in my Sonoma Studio. October fires in the area kept roads closed near my studio until recently. A date has now been set for Sunday, Nov. 12 when my studio will be open from 3-6pm. Please stop by to see my mixed media art from my ongoing series as well as new work in my “Being” series. Enjoy art, conversation and wine on Sunday, Nov. 12, anytime between 3pm until 6pm. I look forward to seeing you. Studio Location: 50 Lichtenberg Ave., at HWY 12, Sonoma., CA 95476. Upstairs. No elevator.

Map of studio

50 Lichtenberg at Hwy. 12, between Boyes Blvd. and Agua Caliente in Sonoma

Area Fires Cause Postponement of Open Studio

My Open Studio Event originally scheduled for October 22 will be postponed to an as yet undetermined later date. Area fires throughout Sonoma and Napa Counties, although now mostly contained have burned over 150,000 acres and continue to burn, leaving the air smokey and some roads closed.

Fortunately, my studio and home were not touched by the fires. There are still road closures near my studio and areas where evacuation orders are still in place. My heart goes out to those who have lost homes or otherwise been heavily impacted by these fires.

–Sandy

October Open Studio

I’m opening my Sonoma Studio for the second and last time this year! On Sunday, October 22, my studio will be open from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. On display will be work from my various mixed media series, including my newest work focused on the concept of “Being”.

This newest series of work combines kiln-formed glass and mixed media as with my previous series. However, most of these pieces are abstract and feature one or more porcelain figures (1860′s found objects). In addition, I have some mixed media assemblage pieces in this series. These works will be displayed alongside my other dimensional artworks in my working studio.

Open Studios provide a great opportunity for visitors to see me in my working studio, discuss art, and gain insight into my work. I look forward to the connections and conversations. If you’re in the Sonoma area, I hope you can stop by for some wine, conversation and art.

My studio is located at 50 Lichtenberg Ave. at Hwy. 12 in Sonoma. (Second floor, no elevator).

Map of studio

50 Lichtenberg at Hwy. 12, between Boyes Blvd. and Agua Caliente in Sonoma

Exhibiting at the Sausalito Art Festival

Sandy will be exhibiting mixed media art at the Sausalito Art Festival over Labor day weekend. Save the Date!

Fine art, music, food, and wine come together Labor Day weekend for one of the most prestigious art festivals in the country. The Sausalito Art Festival, America’s Premiere Waterfront Art Festival, is held annually on Labor Day Weekend.

The 65th Annual Sausalito Art Festival will be held September 2-4, 2017 in Sausalito, CA.

Hours: 
Saturday, September 2, 2017 - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, September 3, 2017 - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday, September 4, 2017 - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sandy Young: Space #118

Tickets and information: sausalitoartfestival.org

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