Sandy Scott (M)

Bio

Sandy Scott is surrounded by mountains, lakes and streams. She’s an avid outdoorswoman who loves to hunt and fish, believing that wildlife artists should be in the field to accurately present their subject to the viewer. Her work is authentic and she’s experienced and lived what she depicts. Sandy’s father raised quarter horses and ranched in northeastern Oklahoma, which instilled in her a love and knowledge of horses and animals. When asked what influenced her work the most, she replies, “First was the time I spent at the Kansas City Art Institute. It opened my eyes to the fundamentals of art and imparted a lifelong love of art history; second was my trip to the north country and Lake of the Woods when I was a kid. It introduced me to what would become a never-ending source and inspiration; third has been teaching workshops. Teaching is an ongoing discipline – I’ve learned and continue to learn through teaching.” •  The Autry National Center, Los Angeles, CA •  Prix de West, Oklahoma City, OK •  National Sculpture Society, New York, NY •  Society of Animal Artists, New York, NY •  Cheyenne Frontier Days Museum Show, Cheyenne, WY  •  Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY

Artwork

Above It All
Artful Angler
Black Hawk
Chum Run
Descending Cougar
Eat More Beef Colossus
Eat More Beef Monument II
Las Brisas
Fountain of Peace
Millemium
Moose Flats
Noble Eagle, Spirit of America
Off Port Bow
Osage Destiny
Presidential Eagle
Red Rascal
Swing Song
Tall Hook
Year of the Goat
Las Palomas