Sandra Wexler's paintings have always been expressionist in style and compositionally diverse, providing the artist with maximum freedom for exploration and creativity. She is a critically acclaimed artist who attended F.I.T. and Queens College in New York City and was awarded a fellowship by the Vermont Studio Colony in 1990. Ms. Wexler's work is currently being shown in the Washington - Baltimore corridor at Gallerie Elan in Ellicott City. Exhibitions in the past have been at the American Institute of Architects gallery (Baltimore), School 33, Katzenstein Gallery, Slayton House Gallery, Womens Resource Center at GBMC, and most recently at the Gormley Gallery at the School of Notre Dame of Maryland where she curated and participated in an exhibition entitled simply 9/11/01. In 1998 she had a one woman show at the Shainberg Gallery in Memphis, Tennessee. In addition to Gallery Elan, Ms. Wexler's work is also shown through The Art Resource of Baltimore. In 1993 - 1994 her limited addition greeting cards were sold in the Baltimore Museum of Art shop. In Sept./Oct. 1997, her work was featured on the cover of PMA Quarterly, and her work has appeared in Saks Fifth Avenue, Baltimore; the windows of Bernhard Hill in Washington D.C.; and the Ruby Lounge in Baltimore.
Paintings by Sandra Wexler can be seen in the lobby of the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore and the College of Notre Dame in Baltimore. Selected corporate clients are TCAG and Penan & Scott in Rockville, Maryland; Arles Management Inc, New York; Erie Financial, Gaithersburg, MD; Bloomingdales, New York; Royal Ins. Co., Baltimore, MD; The Hammers Co., Baltimore, MD; Martin, Jungans, Snyder & bernstein, P.A., Baltimore, MD; Wharton, Ehrmantraut, Klein & Nash, P.A., Bethesda, MD; Potts & Potts, P.A., Baltimore, MD; Gilberg & Kurent, Washington, D.C.; Green Hat Partners, Memphis, TN.
In addition to her painting, Ms. Wexler also spent ten years doing schematic medical illustrations for Johns Hopkins University, the University of MD at Baltimore, Union Memorial Hospital and for several physicians with international reputations. Her work appears in numerous medical journals and in the textbooks "Current Surgical Therapy" - 7th edition (Mosby) 2001, "Operative Nerve Repair and Reconstruction" ( Churchill Livingstone ) and "Fingertip Reconstruction" ( Lippincott ). She did coursework in Anatomy and Drawing for Medical Illustrators at the Maryland Institute of Art. In order to expand her knowledge of anatomy, Sandra went back to school and is now also a Certified Medical Assistant. She is listed in "Who's Who of American Women" from 2005 to the present.
Ms. Wexler continues to divide her time between painting, her work as a medical assistant, travel and family.