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Sandy Scott
A Timeless Legacy 2017 Artist

 

Sandy Scott North Fork Descent

North Fork Descent

Sandy Scott
Bronze
18" x 18" x 9"
USD $4,200

 Sandy Scott Secret Omen
Secret Omen
Sandy Scott
Bronze
14" x 18" x 9"
USD $4,800

Sandy Scott Pigmalion
Pigmalion
Sandy Scott
Bronze
18" x 18" x 11"
USD $4,800

Buffalo Mantelpiece
Buffalo Mantelpiece II
Sandy Scott
Bronze
18" x 17" x 7"
$2,400

 

The above work appears in the 2017 A Timeless Legacy exhibit and sale.

Sandy Scott was born in Dubuque, Iowa, and now lives in Lander, Wyoming. Surrounded by mountains, lakes and streams in her Wyoming and Ontario Lake Country studios, Sandy is an avid outdoors woman, licensed pilot, and lives the life she depicts. She was trained at the Kansas City Art Institute, and early in life she worked as an animation background artist for the motion picture industry.

A Fellow of the National Sculpture Society, Sandy has won many awards for sculpture and etchings and her work is in numerous museums including Gilcrease Museum, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, R.W. Norton Museum, and  Brookgreen Gardens. In 2014 the Briscoe Museum awarded Sandy the Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement and recently she received 3 major awards: The National Sculpture Society 2015 Marilyn Newmark Memorial Award for realistic sculpture in the classical tradition; The National Sculpture Society 2016 Agop Agopoff Memorial Prize for classical sculpture; and Society of Animal Artists Award of Excellence.

 In 2016 and 2017 Sandy was honored with a retrospective of her work which was shown at museums across the country including Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina and the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming.  The Retrospective featured work created over the past 50 years of her professional career.   

“The most profound realization of my life is that there are people I have never met who live with my art, and therefore I share with them a personal, if not intimate, relationship,” Scott said.

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