Sandi J. Gray
Sandi J. Gray runs the Watercolourworkshop which operates from her studio in Surrey and also aboard various cruise liners.
The workshop has been, together with the BBC into primary school classrooms, to Mayday Hospital occupational therapy unit, where we work with stroke recovery and Parkinson’s patients, various art societies and groups and also on the television in an episode of ‘Honey we’re killing the kids’, where the workshop proved therapeutic in bonding a mother and daughter whose relationship was in need of repair!
Sandi’s painting is born from her love of colour, she ‘feels’ colour as some feel music. She has been published by The Medici Society, Colour House Graphics and has written articles for many magazines, including ‘Artist and Illustrators’, ‘Crafts Beautiful’ and ‘Ocean View’.
She has exhibited with many Societies including, SWA and the Guild of Sussex Artists.
Sandi regards it as a privilege to have the ability to introduce people of varied abilities to the world of watercolour; thus adding a new dimension to their lives and to this end is involved with the SAA as a professional associate promoting a love of painting and colour wherever possible.