Sandra Stevens

Columbus TX


Monarch by Sandra Stevens


20″ x 20″ – oil – sold
Cow Wash by Sandra Stevens

Cow Wash

20″ x 20″ – oil – sold
She Sails Sea Shells by Sandra Stevens

She Sails Sea Shells

30″ x 24″ – oil – sold
Melon Bunny by Sandra Stevens

Melon Bunny

12″ x 12″ – oil – sold
A Day at the Beach by Sandra Stevens

A Day at the Beach

40″ x 24″ – oil – sold
Suspended Animation by Sandra Stevens

Suspended Animation

30″ x 24″ – oil – sold
Milk Bath by Sandra Stevens

Milk Bath

14.5″ x 16″ – oil – sold
Cattle Egrets by Sandra Stevens

Cattle Egrets

20″ x 20″ – oil – sold
The Cardinal by Sandra Stevens

The Cardinal

14″ x 11″ – oil – sold
The Oranges by Sandra Stevens

The Oranges

20″ x 20″ – oil – sold
Holstein on a Half Shell by Sandra Stevens

Holstein on a Half Shell

30″ x 24″ – oil – sold
Cowabunga by Sandra Stevens


30″ x 30″ – oil – sold

I paint what I love.

About Sandra

Animals and art have always been the two constants in my life. I grew up on a ranch in Texas, and the livestock and the land are forever a part of my soul.

As soon as I could hold a pencil, I was drawing the horses and cattle on our ranch, and later received private art lessons as a child.

After attending a small rural college, I entered the corporate world and also began a career as a fine-art photographer. When the photographic realm turned digital and became 100% computer-dependent, I sold my darkroom and returned to painting — where, with just a few colors, an artist can almost bring a scene to life — no electricity required!

Other than a few lessons or workshops, my art education comes from observation and practice. I work from my own photographs, but I honestly have no idea where any whimsical elements come from.

I’m often asked why cattle are my main subject — that’s because they are what I know and care about. I have several Texas Longhorns at my home/studio on my small ranch near Columbus, Texas . These animals connect me to the land and to my own roots. So, it is no surprise they naturally become the subjects of many of my paintings as well the Holsteins from a neighboring dairy. The rabbits and birds are just a folly.