Who is Sandy Wold?

American conservation/science educator, writer, world traveler, and artist. She grew up in southern California and northern Florida and has lived in upstate New York for over twenty-five years.  Her work integrates her long-time interests in nature, sustainability, meditation, metaphysics, and evolution of human consciousness.  In 2001, she originated, designed, authored, and published the Cayuga Basin Bioregion Map.  https://sites.google.com/site/cayugabioregionmap/about-author-and-artist

Now, she is creating her own art and started a blog on climate change and the urgent need to go vegan.  Sandy's art is influenced by Ai Weiwei, Alex Grey, Sigueiros, Santos, Bosch, Picasso, and Kahlo.  This photo is the artist at a selfi-stop at Ai Weiwei's 2016 "Freedom" exhibit at the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Italy.