Sandy Abrams, a mixed media artist who uses felt, clay, wood, various fibers and
digital images, was born and raised in New England. After receiving her
undergraduate degree, she moved to Los Angeles. Her Masters of Fine Arts with a
concentration in ceramics was awarded from California State University at Long
Beach. Her career of teaching ceramics included a local university, junior colleges
and private high schools. In addition she has been an artist-in-residence at Art
Farm, Marquette, Nebraska and Aras Eanna Cultural Center on the Aran Islands in
Ireland and studied with renowned Irish basket makers Joe Hogan and Alison
She presently maintains a studio in Long Beach where she lives.
She often makes non-functional objects that echo a connection to nature or to the
“ordinary” or mundane routines in life. Interested in process she finds repetitious
movements rewarding, revealing and relaxing.
For information about the work shown here please contact Sandy Abrams at sandyabramsartist.com