katherine sandoz captures color the way a lepidopterist captures a butterfly - the elegant catch and release. She’s comfortable with the fleeting, the jouncy, the scary mysterious. Her work spans many disciplines, but all of it feels stolen from a dream.
sandoz makes a practice of employing native, recycled, repurposed and up-cycled materials and playfully bonds them with conceptual twists and layered narratives. With her primary studio a 1940 red barn in Vernonburg, Georgia, sandoz often works collaboratively, off-site and on creative teams world-wide.
sandoz’ paintings and fiber-based works have exhibited internationally. She also creates portraits, art and installations for private clients as well as for fashion, contemporary culture and lifestyle brands. She contributes to magazines and online blogs with her quirky illustrations and writing. She advocates for arts education and public art.