Joint Winner  In 2005 after living in the Goulburn district for 10 years Sandra observed the changes in the landscaped that human occupation had imposed. The starting point of her work was the organic lineal and formal qualities of the landscape.

In 2005 having lived in the Goulburn district for ten
years she observed the changes
on the landscape that human occupation has imposed. The
starting point of her work
at that time was is the organic lineal and formal qua
lities of the landscape; the
endpoint is the complex layering of human marks and m
anipulations of that
landscape.
In 2005 having lived in the Goulburn district for ten
years she observed the changes
on the landscape that human occupation has imposed. The
starting point of her work
at that time was is the organic lineal and formal qua
lities of the landscape; the
endpoint is the complex layering of human marks and m
anipulations of that
landscape.

 In applying for the Windmill Sandra said "I saw it as an opportunity to assist me with the financial aspects of putting an exhibition together. It also helped me clarify the direction I want to take with my work."

Since then Sandra has worked as both a Curator and Director at various Regional Galleries. She currently co-owns Weswal Gallery in Tamworth. She continues to make work.

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