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Sandy Reid

Sandy Reid was born into a family of fine craftsman in the Bavarian Alps in Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany. From early on she learned by watching and playing in her parents workshops attached to the families home.

 

During her childhood she picked up figurative drawing and textile work form her mother, a professional seamstress and learned the art of leatherwork from her father a master shoemaker. She began selling her first designer collection of clothing and bags during high school.

 

In her twenties she backpacked trough most continents to resurge art history and cultural crafts. She studied Knitted Clothing Production in Australia at the University in Sydney and in 1998, she earned her BA in Studio Arts and Child Development in Munich Germany where she worked with special needs children.

 

Sandy Reid has specialized in art education for children since 1995. Sandy’s Art Studio for Children and Teens was founded in 2004 based on a multi-faceted curriculum encompassing contemporary art.

 

Sandy Reid currently lives in San Clemente, California with her husband and their two children.

  • Heilpaedagogische Tagesstaette, Murnau Germany

 

  • Rumfordschloesses, English Garden, Munich, Germany

 

  • Kindernest Weilheim O.B., Germany

 

  • Anneliese School Laguna Beach, CA

  • Journey School, Aliso Viejo, CA

 

  • San Clemente Center for the Arts

 

  • Neutropinia Conference 2010, San Diego

 

  • City of San Clemente Community Recreation

The essence of Sandy Reid`s curriculum involves a variety of mediums, techniques and styles to immerse students in 21st Century creativity and prepare them for multi-faceted artistic challenges in today's culturally accessible artworld.  
GUESS WHO IS THE SPOTLIGHT INSTRUCTOR OF THE MONTH
in San Clemente's Recreational Magazine??
Yup...You Guessed IT !!!
Check Out the Article in This Issue, PAGE 10
San Clemente Recreation Department Article about Sandy Reid Art Instructor

or Read It Here!

Sandy`s Art Studio for Children & Teens
was featured in the magazine `STUDIOS` by Interveaverly Press in the Summer 2012 edition!
“The importance in an engaging group art program is that children feel comfortable enough to give helpful critique and share critical thinking in the art process with the instructor and their peers. This creates self-confidence and paves the way to a deeper understanding of visual Art and the elements of design. Moreover, working with each other in teams is the connection between science and art –or- the place where the best ideas are born.”                   ~ Sandy Reid