Several paintings by Sandy Fisher, a new member to River City Art Association, are featured in the Myers Technology Building at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute.
Her Native American-themed exhibit can be viewed through July 2018.
SANDY IS A LIFELONG RESIDENT OF TERRE HAUTE. SHE HAS BEEN PAINTING SINCE SHE WAS VERY YOUNG. SHE IS MOSTLY SELF-TAUGHT, BUT IN RECENT YEARS SHE HAS BEEN MENTORED BY LOCAL ARTIST PAT GRIGG. PAT HAS ENCOURAGED HER TO SHARE HER WORK WITH THE PUBLIC.
SANDY HAS TRAVELED THROUGH MANY STATES FROM ALASKA TO THE CAROLINAS STUDYING OUR NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE.
SANDY HAS SHOWN HER SERIES OF PAINTINGS DEPICTING NATIVE AMERICAN
LIFE, AND OTHER SUBJECTS, IN THE NATIVE AMERICAN MUSEUM IN TERRE HAUTE, THE SHAWNEE THEATRE IN BLOOMFIELD, GASLIGHT ART COLONY
MUSEUM IN MARSHALL, ILL., AND VARIOUS OTHER PLACES.
SANDY FEELS DEEPLY THAT THE LORD HAS BEEN WITH HER, GUIDING HER HAND AS SHE PAINTS. SHE IS HUMBLED TO REALIZE THAT WHAT SHE HAS CREATED ON CANVAS IS ENJOYED BY OTHERS, AND SHE HAS REACHED HEIGHTS IN HER ART THAT SHE NEVER IMAGINED.