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Art Trails Open Studio

Don't miss the Sonoma County 35th Annual Juried Open Studios event! Sandy Young will be among 150 Sonoma County artists opening her studio for the two week event running October 12-13 and 19-20, 2019. Step into the artist's world as you meet the artists in their studios, surrounded by their art and processes. Click the photo to read more.
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Black White and a Hint of Color

Sandy’s artwork was chosen to be part of the Exhibition “Black, White and one Hint of Color” at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts. This international, juried exhibition presents artwork with predominance of black and white but with a tiny element of another color.
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Awarded Honorable Mention

Sandy Young was one of 7 award recipients out of a pool of 1500 for her art piece "After the Show" at the exhibition"Memory and Perception" at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art.
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Memory and Perception National Juried Exhibition

  Sandy Young’s art will be part of “Memory and Perception”, Winter National Juried Exhibition at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art. Sandy’s mixed media piece “After the Show” was juried into the show by Art Critic Alan Bamberger from a national pool of entries. “Memory and Perception” runs November 17 through December 23, 2018 […]
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Cover of Art book by Sandy Young

Book! Postcard Memories

Just Released: SANDY YOUNG: Postcard Memories! A new art book covering a selection of 26 mixed media art pieces within the theme of "Postcard Memories" by Sandy Young .
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Studio Open Nov. 12

The smoke has cleared –quite literally, and I can now hold an “Open Studio” event in my Sonoma Studio. October fires in the area kept roads closed near my studio until recently. A date has now been set for Sunday, Nov. 12 when my studio will be open from 3-6pm. Please stop by to see […]
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Area Fires Cause Postponement of Open Studio

My Open Studio Event originally scheduled for October 22 will be postponed to an as yet undetermined later date. Area fires throughout Sonoma and Napa Counties, although now mostly contained have burned over 150,000 acres and continue to burn, leaving the air smokey and some roads closed. Fortunately, my studio and home were not touched […]
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