Artist: Sandi Dahl
Title: South of Winnipeg Junction
Size: 23.75" x 34"
Paper (Sheet) Size: 31" x 40"
Edition: Signed and Numbered, Limited Edition to 220
Medium: Giclée on Somerset Velvet Paper
About the Artist: "Landscape paintings are my major focus, often times they are intuitive landscapes of the mind, an emotional response to the land."
Searching for basic elements that convey the mood of the land, artist Sandi Dahl attempts to capture these essential elements in order to communicate the feeling of a space. Expounding upon these basic fundamentals of the landscape, her pastel paintings are statements of simplicity and beauty. Dahl strives to convey this sense of place within a fleeting moment in time.
Sandi Dahl grew up on a farm in North Dakota and has resided there most of her life. Several members of her family are artists and this family background played a role in her development as an artist. Dahl is a graduate of the University of North Dakota and sites as her most influential teachers Wolf Kahn, Albert Handell and James Conway. Dahl has received grants and commissions from both the Minnesota State Arts Board and the North Dakota Council on the Arts. Corporations such as the Radisson Hotel, Abbott-Northwestern Hospital, AT&T, Northrup Corporation and the University of North Dakota have collected her work.