Sandra Lee Scott Art Collections
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Artwork by Sandra Lee Scott
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Solstice Dreams by Sandra Lee Scott
Red Earrings by Sandra Lee Scott
Chilling out at Chilicoot by Sandra Lee Scott
Winter Reverie by Sandra Lee Scott
Song of Spring by Sandra Lee Scott
A Special Garden by Sandra Lee Scott
Summer Comes Early by Sandra Lee Scott
Dancing Gal by Sandra Lee Scott
Seasons in Transition by Sandra Lee Scott
Sedona Pathway by Sandra Lee Scott
Lower Yosemite Falls by Sandra Lee Scott
Hangin' in The Haight by Sandra Lee Scott
Secret Garden by Sandra Lee Scott
Spoons and More by Sandra Lee Scott
Workin' at The Ranch by Sandra Lee Scott
Fallen Flower by Sandra Lee Scott
Bottles of Beer on the Wall by Sandra Lee Scott
Cracklin' Rose by Sandra Lee Scott
Happy Days are Here by Sandra Lee Scott
Wilderness Waterfall by Sandra Lee Scott
Near Jones Store by Sandra Lee Scott
Into the High Country by Sandra Lee Scott
Bird Bath and More by Sandra Lee Scott
Peaceful Walk in The Foothills by Sandra Lee Scott
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About Sandra Lee Scott
Sandra Lee Scott About the artist, Sandra Lee (Sandee) Scott:
As a member (and past President) of Yosemite Sierra Artists (formerly YWA), Sandee participates in its Plein Air outings and Photography group. Sandee has received recognition and awards in shows sponsored by YSA, Alliance of California Artists, Madera County Arts Council, Clovis Art Guild and Sierra Artists Gallery.
Her work can intermittently be seen at Yosemite Gateway Art Center (Highway 41 in Oakhurst) and Circle Gallery in Madera, both in California.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 559-760-1058
View her artist page at yosemitesierraartists.org.
As one traverses the pathways of life, it sometimes takes a while to find one's true passion. Over the years I have expressed my creativity through fiber arts, painting (watercolor and acrylic), stained glass and collage. About four decades ago I discovered the joy of photography.
I am now passionate about pastel painting, mixed media projects, alcohol inks, and more recently acrylic and oil painting. Mixed media projects appeal to me because through them I can create meaningful pieces with a message or pieces that are exciting to look at but have no underlying meaning (that I'm aware of!) -- see my "Out of the Chaos" series.
I consider myself fortunate to live on the Fresno River in the Sierra foothills with Yosemite National Park as my backyard. This inspiring environment provides limitless subjects to explore creatively. I enjoy expressing myself in a rather spontaneous style and take pleasure in sharing my unique interpretations and vision with others. Landscapes will always appeal to me, but I also like to be challenged with subject matter that is somewhat unexpected, such as tractors and galaxies!