Sandra Landergott


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Sandra is a current resident of Georgia.   She is a member of the National Association of Women Artists, the oldest art organization for women, founded in New York in 1889.  Mary Cassatt was a founding member of this organization.

She is also member of The Quinlan Visual Arts Center, and The Georgia Art League.  Her work has won numerous awards.

She has studied color theory with Steven Perkins, from the Cape Cod School Of  Art in Massachusetts. She was fortunate to attend a workshop with Edgar Whitney on the principles of art and design.  Also, she has attended workshops given by nationally admired contemporary artists Janet Fish, Ann Templeton, Stuart Shils, John Poon, Bill Davidson, Dee Beard Dean, Albert Handell, and Betty Billups, a founding member of The Plein Air Painters of America. She is currently working in oils, although proficient in watercolor, pastel and encaustics.

Her work has been in the Florida Collectors Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale, Tequesta Gallery, and the

Lighthouse Gallery, both in Tequesta, and the Norton Art Gallery in West Palm Beach, Florida,

The Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, the Cornell Museum and the Hibel Museum.

The Armory Art Center, the Jupiter Town Hall Art Gallery, the Palm Beach Gardens and

Juno Beach Town Hall Art Galleries have also exhibited her work. Her art has been displayed in

several galleries, as well as The Palm Beach Cultural Arts Council, Art in Public Places

Exhibition at the Palm Beach International Airport, the American Orchid Society, and The

Nature Conservancy at Blowing Rocks on Jupiter lsland, Florida.  Also, the Quinlan Visual Art Center in Gainesville.

Sandra has had articles written about her in the Palm Beach Post-Times newspaper and the Sun-Sentinel of Martin County. Her work has also been featured in the Gainesville Times.

Sandra has painted in Florida, North Carolina, North Georgia, Ireland, France and Italy.  Her art is in private collections throughout the United States, and Europe.