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Sandy Rubini-Rochon has enjoyed success for over 30 years as an artist, writer, editor, and photographer. Her intuitive, ethereal style transcends mediums and genres, and has captured a following throughout the Seattle area and the south end of Whidbey Island - a charming, artsy enclave on the Salish Sea she has called home for three decades.

Sandy made her first textile sculpture eight years ago after visiting a room-sized, interactive free-style weaving exhibit at the Bellevue Arts Museum.  “I was absolutely charmed and immediately started to collect repurposed materials to make my own version.”  Sandy’s passion has resulted in fine art textile wall sculptures that have been installed throughout the state.  Her newest works can be seen at the Clinton studio and gallery she shares with fellow artist and husband, fine art abstract painter, Louie Rochon.



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