The Artists of Algonquin

Sandi Luck

2144 Redken Road
Haliburton, Ontario, K0M 1S0

Sandi Luck works primarily with natural fibres which are altered with paint, dye, silk screen, needle felt, wet felt or digital print. She works intuitively to create simple shapes which are re-configured and appliqued into a collage, embellished with beads, buttons and found objects, and may be hand or machine stitched and slashed or burned.

Sandi works in multiple techniques including welt felting, digital print and deconstruction of an existing fabric into fibre to create a new fabric. What remains constant is the use of vibrant colour.

Whether the piece is a wall hanging, clothing, jewellery or soft furnishings, her work is recognizable for it’s multiple layers of brilliant colour and stitch embellishments.

Sandi has lived in Haliburton for the past 20 years and is a founding member of the Art Hive Maple Lake Artisans Collective and an active member of the local arts community. She has exhibited locally and nationally and her work may be found in private collections worldwide.

School Days by Sandi Luck

Sandi Luck
School Days

Mixed Media & Fibre Collage, Fuse, Stitch

An Aaron Berning Design ©2012 Andrea Hillo