Sandi Gore Evans

Imagine the elegance and sophistication of watercolor combined with the innocence and beauty of childhood. Mix in the delights of life and dust it all with just a touch of whimsy. That’s what you’ll find in the creations of Sandi Gore Evans. Her distinctive style is easily recognized by consumers.

When viewing Sandi’s work, one is quick to notice her eclectic tastes. From the whimsical to the serious, from juvenile motifs to florals and garden scenes, her watercolors share a bit of the wonder that can be found in everyday life. Children find her illustrations created just for them to be fun and playful; adults describe her images as warm and homey. “Everyone who sees my work says it makes them happy and content,” says Sandi. And that is a compliment she values.

A self-taught artist, Sandi’s love of art was born at an early age. “I believed my parents when they told me my drawings were good. I didn’t know that all parents say that to their children,” says Sandi. Through the years, Sandi refined her artistic skills and turned her passion into a flourishing career. She attributed her success to hard work and God’s blessings.

Today, Sandi’s paintings clearly reflect the comfort and joy she found in her life, her family, her cozy mid-western home and her work. Sandi lost her courageous battle with cancer in 2000. She had a rare gift of combining the elegance and sophistication of watercolor with the innocence and beauty of childhood. From the whimsical to the serious, from juvenile motifs to florals and garden scenes, her watercolors share a bit of the wonder found in everyday life. Whether it was admiring a fresh flower bouquet, spending a quiet moment in the garden or creating homespun memories, these are the moments she treasured," says daughter Holly Hubble. "Her artwork reflects the beauty she found in life. Like a child's laughter, she created a world you could get lost in."