Sandra Hildreth, who writes regularly about Adirondack arts and culture, grew up in rural Wisconsin and is a retired high school art teacher having spent 29 years with the Madrid-Waddington School District in northern New York.
She moved to Saranac Lake in 2004 to live where she was spending much of her time - hiking, paddling, skiing, and painting.
Today, Sandy can often be found outdoors Plein air painting - working directly from nature, and is an exhibiting member of the Adirondack Artists' Guild in Saranac Lake. She is also active in Saranac Lake ArtWorks.
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