I am interested in collaborative work.
Weaving; that's how I create. Working mainly on a floor loom, I examine the intersection of warp and weft and the many ways in which this occurs. Endless color combinations with varying yarn and textures are utilized, allowing me to create functional and artistic pieces. I alternate these options, pushing my imagination--new possibilities popping up as I weave. I play with non-traditional color combinations for my functional pieces, watching as new possibilities emerge. In my arty pieces, I take standard structures, distorting and pushing the limits of the original structure within the confines of the warp and weft. Nature, color and spiritual surroundings inspire my art.
Since then she has explored many structures within weaving, finally deciding she enjoys pushing the limits of traditional weaving structures and colors. Sandy has also created many original, privately commissioned hand-woven tallitot that can be seen throughout the Minneapolis community. She also creates many functional items for the home in addition to arty pieces for display. Sandy has exhibited in juried shows at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts and widely exhibited themed exhibitions with the Interfaith Artist Circle https://www.interfaithartistcircle.com(formerly the Jewish Women Artists' Circle). Additionally, Sandy has taught weaving and art sessions at various senior facilities throughout the metro area.