Place Category: Artists & Studios
Sandy Kay’s paintings are very emotion-based; she works in both classic and contemporary styles, from abstract to realism with a broad range of subjects. The commonality can be found in their stories. “I strive to create a feeling rather than portray a picture, to evoke a response from the viewer and create a sense of time and place in this rapidly changing world. We often miss the small moments, the obvious unseen, what happens on the sidelines…I focus on these, working to capture something in my paintings that might otherwise be missed in our fast-moving world. I am especially drawn to the portrayal of light in my work”.
Kay had a studio/gallery on Granville Island for many years before relocating 5 years ago to Halfmoon Bay on the Sunshine Coast of BC. Her paintings can be found internationally, including in England, Germany, Dubai, the U.S. and Canada, are included in many Corporate Collections and the permanent collections of Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour in Toronto and Mount Royal University Archives in Calgary.
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