Coastal Colors: Sandra Baker-Hinton

2-6-turtle-trot-600oct 27 – jan 4
Sandra Baker-Hinton, a signature member of the National Watercolor Society, has had work accepted in many juried shows and won numerous awards. Her work has graced the covers of the National and the Tennessee Watercolor Society’s show catalogs, and been featured extensively in shows from New York to California. After moving to Amelia Island over fifteen years ago, Hinton has devoted herself to being a full-time artist and now owns a gallery/studio in the historic district of Fernandina Beach. In addition to exploring various painting media and techniques, she is a fused glass artist creating one-of-a-kind glass fish, turtles, and other sea creatures, along with Christmas ornaments made from recycled glass. Hinton volunteers with Fort Clinch State Park in sea turtle conservation work, raises butterflies and encourages the development of their habitats. She fosters orphaned squirrels, birds and other wild animals and enjoys photography as a means of documenting her sea turtle patrol experiences. Her photographs of sea turtles and area birds have been featured in several newspapers and magazines.
Reception October 27, 5–7 p.m. First Street Gallery, 216-B First Street, Neptune Beach, 241-6928.

Author: Arbus

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