Sandra Dal Poggetto is a painter whose work probes the archaic that underlies our modern lives. Her artwork has been exhibited widely and her essays on the relationship between art and nature have been published in academic and literary journals, and anthologized. She has been awarded the Helene Wurlitzer Painting Fellowship, a Pouch Cove Foundation Residency, a Playa Fellowship Residency, and twice a Ucross Foundation Fellowship. Born in Sonoma, California, Dal Poggetto maintains a studio in Helena, Montana.
New York art critic and writer Mark Stevens, Recipient of the National Book Critics Circle Award and Pulitzer Prize, has written:
“ . . . Dal Poggetto’s paintings embody the vivid, close relation to the landscape of the American West that we can attain. They step past the picture window.”
Contributions to Humans & Nature:
- Primal Colors
A response to “Does hunting make us human?”
- Sandra Dal Poggetto
View Sandra Dal Poggetto’s portfolio and read her artist statement.
Sandra reflects in Basalt on place, the practice of hunting, and how these threads intertwine in her art.