Bryant, Sandi Seltzer
Artist Sandi Seltzer Bryant was born in 1952. Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she was exposed to numerous art classes. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon in 1974 with a degree in painting. She moved to Houston in 1981 and since moving here considers it to be her home base. Her works have been represented in the McMurtry Gallery for the past 34 years and she is now currently with the Hooks-Epstein Galleries. Her art has been exhibited and represented in numerous galleries and showcased in exhibits all across the US and abroad internationally. She has been a part of the thriving Houston art community and serves on the boards of Lawndale Art Center, Art League, Art in the City, Women’s Caucus for Art, City Art Works, and Houston Greeters. She is featured in Peter Gershon’s book Collision: The Contemporary Art Scene in Houston, 1972-1985. In a career that has spanned over 40 years, she has championed the necessity of safe, affordable, working art studio space. Working with developer Jon Deal, she was a key founding artist in establishing Winter Street Studios. Her art is linked to the abstract expressionist tradition and her works reflects her inspiration from her travels abroad. She considers herself an abstract painter and mixed media artist, working on canvas, paper, and board of all sizes. Never titling her work, her goal is to inspire the viewer in exploring her art as a jumping off point and bringing their own experiences into the work.
--from "Art & Life with Sandi Seltzer Bryant" (April 3, 2019) in box 1 folder 5 of the Sandi Seltzer Bryant papers.
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The Sandi Seltzer Bryant Papers contain photographs, photo cds, correspondence, news clippings, newspapers, publicity and press release materials, artist files, reception announcements, artist catalogs, artist portfolios and scrapbooks, and reviews of her works.