Sandi Jane Gray - Watercolour Workshops
Sandi Jane Gray & Watercolour Workshops

Sandi's delightful watercolours are driven by her love of colour.It has been said that Sandi "feels" colour as some "feel" music and her aim is to share this with her viewers.

Her work has been published by the medici Society, Colour house Graphics and 'Artists and Illustrators' magazine, for whom she has also written articles and been awarded the Winsor & Newton's prize for artist of the month. She has exhibited with the Society of Women Artists in the Mall Galleries.

Sandi's work is sold in galleries throughout the South of England (UK) particularly in the counties of Surrey, Sussex and Kent. She also holds regular exhibitions in Croydon, Surrey where she has an established client base.

The Workshop has appeared on television in an episode of "Honey I'm killing the kids" for the B.B.C., where a mother and daughter used the therapeutic aspect of painting together to help mend their damaged relationship!

One of her main areas of work is the Watercolour Workshop, which operates at her Studio in Surrey and also travels around the world aboard various cruise liners, where her lessons form part of the onship activities.Sandi also worked with Stroke recovery and Parkinson's disease patients in the Mayday Art Group, as part of their therapy.

Sandi is also a member of the Croydon Art Society (founded 1881) and is a professional associate of the Society for All Artists (SAA), and also a member of the Caterham Art Group.