Sandy Scott

b. 1943



Dubuque, Iowa


Animal sculpture, sport scene etching

Born in Dubuque, Iowa, Sandy Scott became one of the foremost animal sculptors in the Southwest in the late 20th century. Her subjects include all kinds of birds as well as domestic and wild animals.

In 1975, she moved to a rural area near Austin, Texas and began doing etchings, making a name for herself with sporting scenes. In 1978, she did a series of rodeo etchings for the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma and had a one-woman show there of more than 60 etchings.

In the next two decades she won numerous awards and was voted into prestigious organizations including the Pen and Brush and Northwest Rendezvous Group.