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Sandra Guy
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Casuarina Coles Construction
Oil on Linen
12" x 12" 

    Casuarina Coles Construction

    Oil on Linen
    12" x 12"
  • Casuarina Landscape with Coffee Van
Oil on Linen
29.5" x 39.5" 

    Casuarina Landscape with Coffee Van

    Oil on Linen
    29.5" x 39.5"
  • Clothier's Creek Bend
Oil on Linen
35.5" x 47.5" 

    Clothier's Creek Bend

    Oil on Linen
    35.5" x 47.5"
  • Make the Change
Oil on Linen
19.5" x 23.5" 

    Make the Change

    Oil on Linen
    19.5" x 23.5"
  • No U Turn
Oil on Linen
19.5" x 23.5" 

    No U Turn

    Oil on Linen
    19.5" x 23.5"
  • Red Light
Oil on Linen
20" x 24"
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    Red Light

    Oil on Linen
    20" x 24"
    Sold
  • Reduce Speed
Oil on Linen
28.5" x 66.5" 

    Reduce Speed

    Oil on Linen
    28.5" x 66.5"
  • Rosie's Day Out at Bluey's
Oil on Canvas
36" x 72" 

    Rosie's Day Out at Bluey's

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 72"
  • The Gathering Storm
Oil on Canvas
36" x 48" 

    The Gathering Storm

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 48"
  • The Road to Byron
Oil on Linen
19.5" x 23.5"
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    The Road to Byron

    Oil on Linen
    19.5" x 23.5"
    Sold
  • The Road to Mooball
Oil on Linen
35.5" x 47.5" 

    The Road to Mooball

    Oil on Linen
    35.5" x 47.5"
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Sandra Guy

The daughter of Australian geologists, Sandra Guy’s connection to the landscape began at an early age. Traveling overseas, she watched her mother capture scenes with pencil, pen, and watercolors, sitting beside her, doing the same. Sandra explains, “I was lucky to experience many different cultures, providing me with an open perspective on life.” Sandra has lived and drawn inspiration from many beautiful places in Australia; the Blue Mountains, the Snowy Mountains, and the Mid-North Coast. She currently resides in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales (NSW), Australia, providing her with subject matter for her current art practice.


Challenging the 19th Century Romantic notion dividing the sublime from the pastoral, Sandra's work wistfully juxtaposes the two while suggesting that the sublime can be experienced in any environment. Utilizing the motif of the two-thirds sky to represent the natural environment, she often uncomfortably marries that depiction with man-made rural or suburban environments. By highlighting existing tensions between land use versus land preservation, her personal experience offers a bird’s eye narrative of intrigue and drama. Braced with a surreal yet timeless edge, Sandra's intensely colored pieces capture heightened sublime moments expressed in big sweeping, dramatic skies, popping open the viewer’s senses.

Sandra has been a practicing artist in Australia for over 30 years, has won numerous awards, and has completed her Master's degree.