2018 ART SHOW SCHEDULE:
May 30- July 30, Unity of Tucson Gallery
Tues- Saturday 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Sundays 9:00AM - Noon
3617 N Camino Blanco
Tucson, AZ 520-577-3300
"We have a window by Sandra Montgomery on the wall next to our front door. The colors accent the plantings in the yard, and we receive many compliments on it. Sandra's work would be a great addition to any home or patio."
– Vanessa Dearing
"I gave Sandra a photo of the bird of paradise plant I have at my Florida home. We selected an old window from her inventory and she painted it. I did not expect the veranda and stairwell from the house to be included. What a great surprise! The painting is beautiful and I am so pleased. Look for #9 in the Portfolio of the Old Window Art Web Site."
– Roxanne Beckman, RRBeckmanartworks.smugmug.com
"...They were a pleasant addition to our rooms and we received many positive comments on them. They were a hit with students, faculty and staff... Many remarked on the creativity of using a window, instead of canvas and a frame, as a format. Each piece is truly unique. The windows alone have lots of character and are an art form themselves. Some expressed appreciation in the fact that the windows were being reused and recycled."
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"I own a painted old window of Sandra's and discovered she also paints on canvas. I asked if she could paint a field of Poppies, approx. 32" x 24". She gave me just what I imagined. It reminds me of the Poppy fields in Italy when I visited there. I am very pleased." Sue Mahon, Tucson. Jewelry Designer, Let It Bead
“Sandra absolutely listens to what her client wants to depict in the painting. I wanted a southwest desert scene with roadrunner and rattlesnake in its’ mouth. Plus, I wanted my dog “Dunkin” observing the action. First Sandra wanted to meet Dunkin, to be sure she could capture him reasonably. The painting was perfect and Dunkin was “spot on”. The painting is hanging in our family room making it a “true” family room. The entire experience working with Sandra was completely enjoyable and I have a painting I will treasure for many years.”
Mike Nudelman, AZ