Fairies and Other Mystical Women

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Fairies and Other Mystical Women
Acrylic on Canvas

Acrylic on Canvas

Acrylic on Canvas

Acrylic on Canvas

Pen and Ink on Paper

Pen and Ink on Paper

Watercolor and Pen on Paper

Watercolor and Pen on Paper

Acrylic on Canvas

Acrylic on Canvas

Three Panels--Acrylic on Canvas Board

Three Panels–Acrylic on Canvas Board

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About Sandy DeLuca

Sandy DeLuca’s paintings have been featured as cover art and interior art for various publications, including notable work such as the Bram Stoker winner, VAMPIRES, ZOMBIES AND WANTON SOULS, for Marge Simon’s poetry. Sandy has also written and published numerous novels, several poetry and fiction collections, an art chapbook and several novellas. In addition, books which tell the story of her journey as a visual artist are now available. These books chronicle her humble beginnings as an art student in the late 1970's and move on through 2015. Please check Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other independent online retailers for sales information regarding all of her books. As an author she is known for dark and surreal prose; often visceral and shocking. She is best known for her work in the horror genre. However, she has written noir fiction, fantasy, urban fantasy and mainstream fiction as well. She was a finalist for the BRAM STOKER for poetry award in 2001, with BURIAL PLOT IN SAGITTARIUS; accompanied by her cover art and interior illustrations. A copy is maintained in the Harris Collection of American Poetry and Plays (Brown University) Poetry, 1976-2000. She was nominated once more in 2014, with Marge Simon, for DANGEROUS DREAMS. At present she paints and writes full time.

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