Sandy Hubler is a native Arkansan who grew up in Mountain Home. She states, "I have always been attracted to art. When I was a little girl my father nicknamed me Doodles, which stuck with me throughout his entire life. I would doodle on anything, books, papers, napkins, etc. I won my first award of a one-dollar prize in the third grade for a crayon drawing of a bouquet of flowers." Sandy later received an art scholarship to attend Arkansas State University.
Sandy works primary in oils and paints in a variety of subjects with her favorite being a cross between expressionism and impressionism landscapes, horses and the female nude. Sandy says, "I don't want to limit myself from learning or experimenting with my art. I have been painting a few abstracts and have had some fun and laughs."
Sandys owes a lot of her success to her late husband, Rob. "He backed and supported me from the beginning." When Sandy is not painting she is the owner of a framing, mirror and art gallery in Little Rock, Arkansas called "The Showroom."
She started riding horses at an early age and is an avid competitor competing in barrel races in the Mid-South.
Her art work has been shown in various competitions throughout the Mid-South. She is currently represented by 11 galleries in several states.