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Sandy Litchfield uses a range of painterly mediums in her work along with collage and digital imagery. Her process involves gathering and piecing together fragments of collected imagery, which she then assembles into various configurations until they begin to make sense as a compositional whole. Her method of layering imagery, cutting, drawing, tearing, painting, scanning, printing and gluing obscures the distinctions between the mechanical image and the handmade. The fractured and rebuilt landscapes she creates are suggestive of a damaged place with fertile remains.

Born in New York, NY, Litchfield currently lives in Amherst, Massachusetts where she is an Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts. Litchfield received her BFA from the University of Colorado in Boulder and her MFA in 2003 from UMass Amherst. In 2007 she attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Her work has been exhibited in numerous museums including the DeCordova Museum, The Portland Art Museum and The Hunterdon Museum. Litchfield is a recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship and the Puffin Foundation Artists Grant Award. She’s had solo exhibitions at Carroll and Sons Gallery in Boston, Metaphor Contemporary Art in Brooklyn as well as several New England Colleges. Her work has been selected for review by The Brooklyn Rail, New American Paintings and The Boston Globe.

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Sandy Litchfield's MTA commission now on view MTA Arts & Design announces Forestation Syncopation, a new public art commission for the Long Island Rail Road

(NEW YORK, NY — June 15, 2022) MTA Arts & Design announces Forestation Syncopation, a new public art commission for the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) New Hyde Park Station, situated in two westbound platform shelters and one eastbound platform shelter. Each composition portrays a distinct view of a landscape impression, as if catching a glimpse of morning sun before work, or the flicker of light through the trees on the way home. 

“Sandy Litchfield’s delightful jewel-like glass artwork captures the rhythm of riding the train to and from Long Island, watching the urban landscape give way to nature,” said MTA Arts & Design Director Sandra Bloodworth. “The three compositions are visually mesmerizing and daily patterns of daylight will provide an ever-changing experience on the daily commute.” 

Garvey|Simon Future Fair booth featured in Artillery Magazine New York Art Week Future Fair and NADA report by Annabel Keenan

Female abstract artists were a popular choice for exhibitors, like Caroline Denervaud, whose geometric, charcoal drawings amazed viewers at Double V Gallery, and Sandy Litchfield, whose colorful paintings were on view in Garvey|Simon’s booth. Garvey|Simon was also a perfect example of how well exhibitors can work together. Litchfield’s paintings were joined by colorful mixed media sculptures by Roberley Bell presented by Raft of Sanity. The curved lines and modular structure of Bell’s works complemented the geometric shapes of Litchfield’s paintings.

Sandy Litchfield in Woven Tale Press
Sandy Litchfield in Public Art Review: Projects We Love Issue #59
The Tree Inside Me Sandy Litchfield at PS14X
NYC Gallery Scene – Highlights Through January 7, 2018
Garvey/Simon opens a group exhibition curated by Joseph A. Gross
Inward/Outward in Wall Street International
LEAVINGS: The After Images Wall Street International
26 Jan. 2017
LEAVINGS: The After Images Artsy Editorial
4 Jan. 2017
Sandy Litchfield: Deciduous Cities NYC GALLERY OPENINGS
Progressive, Provocative Landscapes Cate McQuaid
11 Nov. 2015
Land Ho! at Fitchburg Art Museum Olivia J. Kiers
10 Nov. 2015
Artist Interview: Sandy Litchfield Les Femmes Folles
17 Dec. 2013
What’s Up at Boston Art Galleries Cate McQuaid
15 Jan. 2013
Must See Painting Shows (Jan. 2013) Steven Zevitas
9 Jan. 2013
"Revisions" Opens at Trestle Gallery Press Release
22 Sep. 2012
The Great Outdoors: Landscape Greg Cook
20 Apr. 2006
Brooklyn ArtSeen: Sandy Litchfield Ben LaRocco
11 Feb. 2006
Sandy Litchfield on Artsy
Sandy Litchfield on 1stdibs