Sandy Winters
Stuck in the Mud, 2005 - 06
Oil, block print on wood
24 x 33 x 2 inches
SWp 51

Sandy Winters
It's Your Mother, 2005 - 06
Oil, block print on wood
24 x 33 x 2 inches
SWp 50

Sandy Winters
Don't Pop My Bubble, 2006
Oil, block print collage, aluminum on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 52

Sandy Winters
Melt-Down, 2006
Oil, collage on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 54

Sandy Winters
Devil's Haircut, 2006
Oil, collage on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 55

Sandy Winters
Not In My Backyard, 2006
Oil, block print collage, aluminum on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 53

Press Release

In the Drawing Gallery, George Adams Gallery will present Sandy Winters: New Paintings. Using oil paint, block prints, aluminum and wood panel, Winters continues to play with themes of nature, creation, and machinery.

For example, in the painting Don't Pop My Bubble (2006) Winters creates a forest where technological innovations and nature are interchangeable; trees project bubbles that encapsulate small worlds of mechanics and cyclical production. Similarly, in Stuck in the Mud (2006), Winters considers the everyday object gone mad, where a Goldbergian car embodies a self-sustaining factory.


Exhibition Checklist

Devil's Haircut, 2006
Oil, block print collage, aluminum on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 55

Don't Pop My Bubble, 2006
Oil, block print collage, aluminum on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 52

Melt-Down, 2006
Oil, block print collage on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 54

Not In My Backyard, 2006
Oil, block print collage, aluminum on wood
48 x 48 x 2 inches
SWp 53

Stuck in the Mud, 2005 - 06
Oil, block print on wood
24 x 33 x 2 inches
SWp 51

It's Your Mother, 2005 - 06
Oil, block print on wood
24 x 33 x 2 inches
SWp 50