Portraitures and Figure Drawing
Sandy Furst has been studying and drawing the human form starting at an early age. She received a BFA from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, MD. Working mostly in graphite and charcoal on paper, Sandy explores the play of light in figure drawing and portraiture. Sandy also studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. Sandy is greatly influenced by the American Masters and continues to study the human form and how it responds to light. A member of the National Association of Women Artists, The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, Inc., The Allied Artists of America and The Center for Contemporary Art, Sandy was born and raised in New Jersey where she lives with her husband, photographer Jim Furst.