Sandy Scott

Surrounded by mountains, lakes and streams in her Wyoming and Canadian Lake Country studios, Sandy Scott is an avid outdoorswoman and licensed pilot who lives the life she depicts.  She is the daughter of an Oklahoma rancher and was trained at the Kansas City Art Institute.  Early in life, she worked as an animation background artist for the motion picture industry and as a commercial artist. Scott has lived in the West most of her adult life. When she is not in the studio, she travels the world in search of art and adventure. She can be found afield with her beloved Brittany and best friend, Trish.

Scott is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society and member of the National Arts Club. Her work is in important collections and museums including Gilcrease Museum, the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, R. W. Norton Art Gallery, Brookgreen Gardens, and the Briscoe Museum. The William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park and the United States Military Academy at West Point are among her many public and private commissions and installations.

The Briscoe Museum recently awarded Scott the Legacy Award for Lifetime Achievement She recently received major awards from the National Sculpture Society, including the Marilyn Newmark Memorial Award for Realistic Sculpture in the Classical Tradition and the Agop Agopoff Memorial Prize for Classical Sculpture.  She is the recipient of the Society of Animal Artists Award of Excellence.