"Evening Blaze" by Paula Holtzclaw

Nature’s Essence: Paula Holtzclaw & Sandy Scott
Cheryl Newby Gallery
Pawleys Island, South Carolina
through November 27, 2021

Cheryl Newby Gallery is celebrating nature’s many joys by exhibiting recent paintings by Paula Holtzclaw and animal sculptures by Sandy Scott. The aesthetic visions of these two gifted women make an ideal pairing.

Born in North Carolina, where she still lives, Holtzclaw has pursued an unusual life-path — including a successful career in eye care — to become a widely recognized painter of landscapes and seascapes. She is particularly admired for her involvement in the nonprofit organization American Women Artists, which seeks gender equity in exhibiting opportunities nationwide.

Fine art collection - Sandy Scott (b. 1943), "Wooder Water," 2021, bronze (edition of 25), 21 x 18 x 13 in.
Sandy Scott (b. 1943), “Wooder Water,” 2021, bronze (edition of 25), 21 x 18 x 13 in.

Born in Iowa and raised in Oklahoma, Scott has admired animals since she watched her father raise quarter horses. After studying at the Kansas City Art Institute and working as an artist in the motion picture industry, she turned to printmaking and then sculpture.

Today Scott lives in Wyoming and maintains studios in Ontario and Colorado. An avid outdoorswoman who loves to hunt and fish, she has made 16 trips to Alaska as well as Europe, Russia, China, and South America.

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