"Art in the highest sense is beyond explanation. It can only be felt. Therefore, any attempt to explain it on a rational level falls far short of its reality.
Color as an expression of light surpasses the gross material of paint. After one develops methods of working with color, the work becomes integrated and the fun begins. The paintings start to flow and the artist becomes a channel.
Whatever the springboard, the piece takes on its own persona. When light is truly created by color, an emanation of energy extends from the painting - its soul."
- Sandra Douglas
Sandra received a degree in History of Art from Wellesley College and taught at Pingree School in South Hamilton, MA as Head of the Visual Arts Department for eight years. She then conducted private workshops and developed her own work. She has studied watercolor with Don Stone in Rockport and drawing with George Demetrios in Gloucester. She also studied painting, printmaking and design at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA. As an abstract painter, she trained with Paul Scott and Sam Feinstein - both students of Hans Hofmann.