Sandy Moon believes every person has a story and through her art, a story is told. Her work is influenced by nature and the textures and boundless colour palette it provides. She is very tactile and needs to feel the fabric, the paint, and the found objects when creating. Sandy needs to see the layers of brushstrokes and marks that somehow come together to become a weaving, painting or drawing. The viewer is invited to touch her work, to feel and see the layers within. Four years of Graphic Design training causes one to be detail oriented to a fault and Sandy believes every closet should be rainbow colour-coded, beds should be made, and books stacked in tidy, neat rows. The beauty of painting or weaving however, is that it allows her the freedom to be spontaneous. Sandy can be found working on an abstract painting, detailed pen and ink drawing, and a textural weaving all at once. She is most happy working this way. Sandy Moon lives in Chatham, ON with her husband and three teenage children who are her biggest supporters.