Arlington, Virginia artist Sandi Parker ( specializes in acrylic abstracts and impressionistic style oils. Her abstracts are based on urban walls and landscapes; favorite subjects for oils include landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes, gardens and youth sports. She also has a line of jewelry, SandiSea Designs, made with shells, stone and other natural materials found on beaches.

Sandi is a member of the Arlington Artists Alliance, the Art League, and the Rehoboth Art League in Rehoboth, Delaware. She exhibits and sells her work at Gallery Underground, where she is Co-Director, located at 2100 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA; Cassatt’s Café and Gallery, located at 4536 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA; The Corkran Gallery at the Rehoboth Art League; at numerous art shows and other venues in Arlington, and at her studio/gallery at Blue Studios at Art Underground at 2100 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA. Her work has won awards and is frequently accepted into juried shows.

Artist’s Statement

“My goal in painting abstracts is to create dynamic color studies with movement and energy, invoking an urban vibe. In my traditional oils, I am especially drawn to the vivid purples of lavender fields in Provence, the yellows of Tuscan sunflower fields, the pastels of the sea, and the many hues of flowers. In these works I attempt to create a soothing mood through the use of color. In my paintings of youth sports I strive to capture action, drama, and touching interaction between players and coaches. In my jewelry line I have translated my love of the seashore and years of “treasure hunting” on beaches all over the world into a line of unique, one-of-a-kind pieces using natural materials.”

Sandi’s work can be seen on her website, at Her works are also available as prints upon request, and on notecards, and she accepts commissions. Contact Sandi at