As a self-taught artist, I began my professional career at a very early age. I sold my first artwork in the fourth grade to a classmate. I find myself constantly viewing other artists work and frequently refer to the masters as a means to improve my skills. My personal belief is that artists learn best by observation, practice and developing a style unique to themselves.
When I create a piece of art, I look for a particular quality or emotion of my subject that fascinates me. My art is a success to me if it slows a viewer down and they get lost in the moment. Although not every piece tells a story, when there is meaning behind a particular work that Iíve created, I enjoy relating it because it adds so much more to the art.
I welcome your comments and criticism (hopefully constructive) about my work and I try to personally answer every email that I receive. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please stop by and visit my website at www.sandrawillard.com.
Some feedback from patrons of my art:
"The detail and realism of these small pieces of art is extraordinary. I am so glad we found Sandra and her work. "
"This is why they call it "fine art" it's just wonderful."
"One of the most unbelievable pieces of art I've ever seen. Stunning!"
"Shockingly, stunning beauty!"
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