Sandy Clift Art Collections
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Artwork by Sandy Clift
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.
Lost and Found by Sandy Clift
Blue Bird in Cherry Blossoms 2 by Sandy Clift
Sunworshippers I by Sandy Clift
Lemons and Forsythia by Sandy Clift
Moth in Moonlight by Sandy Clift
Beneath the Canopy by Sandy Clift
White Crane Spreads Its Wings by Sandy Clift
Rabbit Dreams by Sandy Clift
Ruby-crowned Kinglet by Sandy Clift
Fallen Chessman by Sandy Clift
Cranes 1 by Sandy Clift
A Place to Rest by Sandy Clift
Weathered Tree 5 by Sandy Clift
Bluebird in Cherry Blossoms by Sandy Clift
Black Angels by Sandy Clift
Waiting to Strike by Sandy Clift
Sunworshipper II by Sandy Clift
Hainan blue flycatcher by Sandy Clift
Zen Morning by Sandy Clift
Bamboo 1 by Sandy Clift
Enraged Elephant by Sandy Clift
Granny Smith Apples by Sandy Clift
Paper Cranes and Paint Tubes by Sandy Clift
Hill Blue Flycatcher by Sandy Clift
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About Sandy Clift
I am a retired elementary school teacher and my residence and studio are in Fulton, New York where I taught for thirty-one years. After I retired in 2000, I returned to the State University College at Oswego to pursue art.
The work which I am exhibiting is the result of mixing various media. My interest is in creating unique surfaces using tissue paper, packaging paper, matte medium, glue, pastels, watercolors, acrylics, etc. My intent is to marry the more intuitive and emotive surface with a technically detailed drawing. I create a drawing and a surface and then begin the task of melding these two elements to create the finished piece. At times, the surface is the instrument of inspiration; at other times it is the image itself.
I have no real preferences in subject matter. I create pieces featuring animals, plants, toys, fruit, vegetables, vases, etc. I also collage images. Presently I am creating work for True North Gallery in Hamilton, Massachusetts, which specializes in authentic work from native artists of the far northern areas of the globe. My work is sold as “Inspired by the North.” So at this time my artwork includes polar bears, caribou, birch trees, etc.
I am also interested in doing art with Eastern themes-bamboo, koi, cranes, etc. Basically, I do whatever I am drawn to at that particular time.