Sandra Jabaut ~ Paintings

 Sandra L. Jabaut

Sandra is fascinated by the rich subject matter and illusion of light.
Her traditional paintings depict realism in nature, portraits, architecture and animals.
She has expanded her subject matter to include whimsical horses with decorative hats and surrealistic paintings inspired by the divine. After joining the Adirondack Plein Air Society in 2014, she has begun to explore other painting techniques and styles that reflect her desire to grow as an artist.

Sandra Jabaut, born in 1955 and raised in Elgin, Illinois, graduated from the Southern Illinois University and received her graduate degree from Castleton State College in Vermont. Mrs. Jabaut taught art in Southern Illinois, several New York schools and ended her career at Queensbury elementary & high school from 1981-2014.  Now retired, she focuses on traveling and painting.  She has just begun to exhibit her works throughout the area where she lives and has started to participate in art exhibitions. Sandra has paintings in private homes in England, Ireland, China, Myanmar, South Africa, India, Peru and in the United States. Her “Sunflowers” water color painting was selected for the permanent collection at the Warwick Conference Center in New York.  In 2015 and 2016 she received the promotional piece winner for the ADK Harvest Plein Air Festival in Ticonderoga. In 2017 her painting “Vortex to the Unknown” was awarded the Juror’s Award and selected for the promotional piece for NCAC’s Exhibition for Last Call: A Collective Oratorio.” In October of 2017 she received the People’s Choice Award for her painting “Rooftops: Great Camp Sagamore” at an NCAC Exhibition. She is a member of Saratoga Arts, North Country Arts and the Guild of Adirondack Artists. Sandra lives in Lake George New, York.

"Alexia with the Pearl Earring"


"Sassy Horses"


"Vortex to the Deep Unknown"

"Plein Air Painter, George Van Hook"

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