A Borwick based artist has recently been elected a member of the Society of Graphic Fine Art (SGFA).
She joins a select group of around 120 professional illustrators, painters and printmakers recognized for their high level of ability in drawing.
Jo Hall, president of the SGFA, which was established in 1919 to promote good drawing and draughtsmanship, said: “The Society has a long and distinguished history.
“It’s the only national art society whose sole aim is to promote drawing, and we’re delighted to welcome Sandra as one of our newest members.”
Sandra has been working as an artist and illustrator since completing her degree in Fine Art at St Martin’s College, Lancaster in 2007.
She is a self taught artist and has been undertaking commissions for her work since her teens.
She exhibits her work regularly and is a member of the Art & Craft Guild of Lancashire.
She has exhibited her work with the SGFA at The Menier Gallery in London for the last three years, and she has also exhibited and sold her work with The Society of Women Artists at The Mall Galleries in London.