The glossy surface and the intricate visual details innate in my artworks are hard to capture with any accuracy. I invite interested persons to view the original creations in person if possible. What could be more satisfying than being able to appreciate a piece of original work of art up close in person. Thank you.

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Article to Share

Here’s an exceptional piece of writing to share
written by Robin Hauck, Editor of Misstropolis 

Sand T Kalloch utilizes expressive materials, a disciplined vocabulary of line, point, surface and color and repetitive motion to create her mesmerizing, energetic canvases. But her greatest resource of all might be the element of surprise - that and her willingness to embrace it. 

– Robin Hauck, Misstropolis

 Sand T Kalloch, A Mile Long #1693
Drawing on archival art-board 40" x 32"

Saturday, October 30, 2021

2021 SMFA ART SALE Oct 13 - Nov 7

I am honored to be a part of the 2021 @smfaartsale with the following 12 pieces of artworks. The Art Sale is now available thru Nov 7th. 

For more information about the ten pieces, please visit links below:

1, A Mile Long #1681 >  SOLD

2, A Mile Long #1704 >

3, A Mile Long #1693 > SOLD

4, A Mile Long #1699 >

5, A Mile Long # 1829 >

6, Time Space and Energy #24 >

7, Time, Space and Energy #25 >

8, Proliferating #3345 > SOLD

9, Proliferating #3369 >  SOLD

10, Proliferating #3333 >  SOLD

11, Victoria Falls, Africa >

12, Starry Hill >

The SMFA Art Sale is the leading contemporary art sale in New England. Each year, the diversely talented students, alumni, faculty, and friends present work that is compelling, thought-provoking, and responsive to what’s happening in the world. The 2021 SMFA Art Sale features over 700 curated pieces of art from 300 artists composed of alumni, students, faculty, friends and gallery prints. The pieces that were selected represent a wide array of voices, perspectives, mediums, and creative processes. Purchases support contributing artists and a scholarship dedicated to SMFA students from underrepresented groups. SMFA website:

Friday, October 29, 2021

Going to a new home

Sand T Kalloch, Elements #4666, 10"x10", Acrylic paint on wood