About the Artist
Sandy Pfeifer Fine Arts
Colorado native Sandy Pfeifer loved creating artwork from the time she was a small child. Back then her favorite subject was horses and as she grew older she loved riding her horse along the Highline Canal and competing in small rodeos. Her love of horses continues to this day being active in Westernaires Harness team and she volunteers her time helping caretake the draft horses of Westernaires.
Sandy graduated from Metro State College with a combined degree in Art, Music and Psychology and then spent a year in a master’s Program at the Naropa Institute.
How it all Started
Shortly before the Master’s Program she took a watercolor class with the great Master, Don Coen, nearly 20 years ago. She has participated in classes at Foothill’s Art Center and The Art Student League of Denver for several years. Now an accomplished oil and pastel painter, she has exhibited in a number of venues such as the Pikes Peak Performing Arts Center, Denver University, The State Colorado Watercolor Society Show, The Foothill’s Art Gallery and recently received an award from Cernter For The Arts Evergreen. She was invited to create two segments of cover art for “The County Register” newspaper which is circulated in both Colorado and New Mexico. Sandy is currently looking forward to participating in her 3rd Art For Horses Show that benefits the Horse Protection League