Sandra Klink is an award winning artist who has exhibited in over 100 national juried art shows across the United States. Her work has been shown in galleries from Flordia to California and is also part of many private collections.
She is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania and a 1970 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. She worked as a graphic designer/illustrator for a number of years before turning her concentration to exhibiting in juried art shows.
Her work brings together her passion for fabric and ornamentation as she transforms drawings into three-dimensional animals, insects, reptiles, fish, and birds. Her sculptures are created from minute to monumental sizes.
Her current concentration on birds was inspired by the work of Walton Ford, shown in his collection "Pancha Tantra."
"I was inspired by the movement of his painting and had been wanting to work in a more neutral color range. My free standing scuptures are covered with multi-layered feathers created out of hand painted canvas. I have found this to be a very meditative process inspired by nature."