Grand Central, oil on canvas, 2014, Commissioned by Northwestern Mutual, 245 Park Avenue, New York, New York after an extensive art consultation with Director Adam Seiden. Garnett shot and measured walls, discussed aesthetic concerns and direction, responded with a 20 page pdf of various visual options for the office. This engagement is ongoing. Currently Garnett is working on oversize monochromatic photographs of New York City for Northwestern Mutual's conference rooms.
"Regarding your recent public art installation at The Trout Museum of Art in Appleton, Wisconsin, in the forty years I have been a lighting professional, I don't know one person who could offer this entire project as a turnkey solution as you have successfully done."
- John Tremaine, CEO Q-Tran
CEO The Tremaine Foundation
Since Garnett graduated from St. Lawrence University in 1992, he has been a full time professional painter and sculptor, writer, and has received national attention for three public art projects in the past several years. Garnett excels at the conceptualization, curation, creation, and installation of art projects for public spaces, institutions, corporations, small businesses, and private collections. He has built bridges with collectors and clients in almost every US State and 10 other countries. Sandy Garnett Studio has been recognized for its versatility, its attention to detail regarding process, visualizations, timelines, its logistical capacity to accomplish large projects on time, within contractual budgets, and its commitment to maintaining lasting works of art, growing relationships with its partners, patrons, and collectors.
If you have an art history background and are interested in placing the work of Sandy Garnett in major metropolitan markets, please send along an email inquiry. Garnett is developing a commission based outreach program for individuals who can make markets for the artist. In the event of future exclusive national or international representation by an established gallery, which may be in Garnett's future, this consulting program is experimental and pending as a result of Garnett's three recent public art projects ($500,000 combined budgets).