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Originally, Sandra havs been working as a creative designer in print and non print media for about 10 years. She still occasionally enjoys creating corporate design concepts with all the trimmings. However, Sandra's studies of fine art and professional practice which she started in 2014 at Hull College, School of Creative Arts, are now taking over. She will be graduating in a BA (hons ) in Fine Art in July 2020 which has been on he list ever since she finished design school.


Sandra lives in Cottingham, East Yorkshire since 2012 but I was born in the former GDR, (German Democratic Republic, i.e., East Germany) where from 1978 onwards the early years of her life have been imprinted with the experiences of the late years of the small East German country that doesn't exist anymore today. Her work is greatly influenced by those early memories.

Projects & Exhibitions


Since Oct 2014 _ Fine Art student and professional practice at Hull College School of Art, voluntary work in community arts projects such as the coloured lights balcony project at Thornton Estate, Hull and at the Brook Street Art venue of Hull College School of Art.


May 2018 _ Exhibition 'PINK YOGURT: A Childhood Behind the Iron Curtain'

Nov 2016 _ Talk about colormixing and use of scrapers in Landscape painting with Hornsea Art Society

Oct 2016 _ Painting workshop with Haltemprice Artgroup

March – June 2015 _ various painting workshops

Feb 2015 _ One painting accepted in Open Exhibition,

Ferens Art Gallery Hull

July – Sept 2013_ Three pieces in Open Exhibition

“Humber to the wash”,The Ropewalk, Barton

April 2013 _ Group exhibition of Haltemprice Artgroup

Feb 2013 _ One painting accepted in Open Exhibition,

Ferens Art Gallery Hull

Dec 2012 _  Displayed Artwork at Winnifred Holtby School Hull as part of a community arts project

April 2012 _  Group exhibition of Haltemprice Artgroup

(4 pieces), judged “Best Acrylic Painting”

Sept – Oct 2002 _ Solo Exhibition “Papermoods”,

abstract B&W analogue photogaphy of papersculptures,

CityGallery Borna, Germany