Sunflowers seem to be such happy flowers I enjoy painting them
This is a plein air painting done by the small stream by our home. My grandson, Hector, use the quartz rock as his seat when playing in the water.
Sandra Brugh Moore
PO Box 1664 Skyland, NC
"Watercolor is so exciting to work with, I have learned to let the paint teach me."
This watercolor and pen and ink artist has found a home in Western North Carolina depicting the beauty of the forever changing moods of the mountains. Many of her paintings depict the mountains seasonal transitions or from watching the early morning fog lift from the valleys. Sandra is moved to paint by what is happening around her. The remarkable variety of light effects found in nature provides her with a lifetime of inspirational subject matter, pastoral landscape, wildflowers, color intense sunsets, sunlit buildings, the subject matter is unlimited. As an artist she studies her craft through reading, painting and teaching watercolor workshops.
After graduating from West Virginia University with a degree in art education. She taught in public schools. Through the years she has won awards for her work and participated in juried shows. She teaches watercolor and drawing in the North Carolina Community College system and holds workshops in the Western North Carolina area. Her work can be seen at the Asheville Gallery of Art and Trackside Studios in the River Arts District.