- Water Oil, underwater photography, digital painting, digital print 24" x 18", 2015
- Cypraea XIII, underwater photography, digital painting, digital print, 24" x 18", 2015
- Cypraea VII, underwater photography, digital composite, digital painting, digital print 24" x 18", 2015
- Domestic Armor, silverware, silver solder, photograph of sculpture and performance, 8" x 10", 1994
- Object, mattress cover, photograph of sculpture and performance, 10" x 8", 1994
- Toilet Brush Tutu, toilet bowl brushes, photograph of sculpture and performance, 1999
- Toilet Brush Tutu, toilet bowl brushes, life size music box, photograph of performance, 1999
- Woman's Roll, life size rolling pin, flour, photograph of sculpture and performance, 1998
- Too Old Too Long, digital art, digital print 18" x 24", 2004
- My Secretary, silverpoint on paper, 32" x 24", 1996 (shorthand scribbles found in the margins of secretary steno pads)
Sandra Camomile is a mixed media artist and an associate professor of digital art at La Salle University in the Digital Arts and Multimedia Design program. She has a long list of solo and group exhibitions at venues such as The Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; The World Women’s Conference, Beijing, China; Universidad de Caldas, Colombia, South America; and ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL as well as multiple worldwide collaborations in virtual environments. In 2005 she was named one of five influential female artists of our time in the online magazine, Eve Interrupted, Miami, FL.
Camomile has had the opportunity to collaborate with young artists from the occupied territory of Palestine. She has completed a residency funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation creating artwork in collaboration with young women from Wilmington, DE. Over a period of 10 summers, she worked with young artists in the New York State Summer School of the Arts.
In her most recent endeavors she is exploring the use of underwater photography, creating digital studies for large scale paintings. Her mixed media palette includes digital painting, digital photography, and all manners of fine art studio practices including, painting, drawing, sculpture, installation and performance art.
“In my life’s experiences I have observed an overall acceptance of traditional social roles, negating skeptical questioning of custom, imposed conventions or beliefs. It is my desire to communicate visually a moment to laugh at ourselves, to question our attitudes, to consider purpose and motives and to search out options, seeking a path that enriches life for the individual and the community.” Sandra Camomile