Sandra is an internationally recognized, award winning Wildlife and Conservation Artist. She became the Australian Ambassador for Faber-Castell in 2016 and has clients worldwide. She is currently available for commissions although there is a waiting list.
An award winning body painter and special effects artist specializing in Events, Fashion, Film and Advertising, her latest book 'Skin Deep - the body art of Sandra Temple, (limited edition hard cover) is now available.
Sandra is also an award winning airbrush artist in fine art and body painting, and children's book illustrator with 19 books published to date, including best sellers 'Possum Games' written by Michelle Worthington and award winning 'Puggle's Problem' written by Aleesah Darlison.
As a Fine Art tutor in all mediums and subjects for adults and children Sandra is also available for workshops both nationally and internationally, she has also worked in Australia as an exhibition planner for conservation and environmental themed art shows.
ART AWARDS: Best in Show x 4, Best Australian Artwork x 5, Best International Artwork x 6, Winner of the Wildscape (UK) Best International Artist – professional. Numerous other class and competition awards
Concentrating her energy now on painting the worlds endangered species Sandra works in all mediums and is especially keen on mixed medium paintings. She is an art judge, an art teacher working with adults and children, a popular workshop tutor and is a product demonstrator for Faber-Castell.
Sandra is an active member of many wildlife and conservation groups locally, nationally and internationally. Each year she chooses two local and one international wildlife conservation group to donate original artworks and limited edition giclee reproductions for fundraising. A percentage of many or her originals are also donated to 'good causes'.
Sandra insists that all funds raised from her donated paintings and prints are used for the cause and only supports groups where either ALL workers are volunteers or there are only a few paid workers. This is one of her solutions to deciding who she can help each year from the huge number of requests she gets to donate art and prints.