Chapter written by Sandra Indig in book "Art, Creativity, And Psychoanalysis: Perspectives From Analyst Artists"
Manhattan Arts International Summer 1998 Volume 15 No.2
Manhattan Arts International January-February 1998 Volume 15 No.2
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Manhattan Arts International Fall 1998 Volume 15 No.1
Art League of Long Island News Winter 2000
NYFA QUARTERLY - Summer 2000. Vol. 16, No. 2
The paintings of Sandra Indig awaken the often dormant imaging of life and express the power struggle between life and death. Like fires from an ancient legend the colors pierce our eyes like webs and then hide politely, as the spider does in an obscure passageway that has just been discovered by us both. The ...
Sandra Indig’s beautiful work sparks the imagination with a vision that is unique to each person. Her website show of paintings at, sindig.com, illustrate a mastery of technique ranging from rich impasto to heavenly glazes. Broad strokes of various hues offset by white portray a sense of depth and hope. In others, the use ...