Andrew Dominick Sanders (1918-)
Born in Erie, Pennsylvania, he graduated in 1942 from the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Arts (now The Philadelphia College of Art). He served as instructor of drawing, painting and art history at the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida from 1949 until 1959, and as instructor of drawing and painting at The Columbus College of Art and Design in Columbus, Ohio from 1960 to 1963. In 1964, he started the Art School in Erie and served as Director of the school.
1941 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
1956 National Museum, Havana, Cuba
1950-1956 Sarasota National Exhibitions
1952-1955 Mississippi National
1953-1955 Butler Institute of American Art
1956 Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
1951-1953 Southeastern Exhibition
1952-1954 Society of Four Arts
1955 Ringling Museum of Art
1954-1955 New Orleans Museum of Art
1971 National Academy of Design, 146th Annual
1972 National Academy of Design Galleries
1972 Marietta College, Ohio, Mainstreams '72 5th Annual
1972 Butler Institute of American Art , 38th Midyear Annual
Awards include Certificates of Merit from the National Academy of Design and The Painters and Sculptors Society of New Jersey in 1974, the Edward C. Roberts Memorial Prize at The Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts in 1973, and an Honorable Mention in Mainstreams '72.
Audubon Artists, Allied Artists, Knickerbocker Artists, and The National Arts Club.
A retrospective Exhibition, A Life’s Work, Andrew Sanders was held at Art Dialogue Gallery, Buffalo, June 25 through July 30, 1999.
Who's Who in American Art 1973
additional information courtesy of Mike Wood