Sandy Middleton is a mixed media photographic artist who resides in St.Catharines, Ontario. Her education and background is in still photography with a degree from Ryerson University. She went on to study both Graphic and Interior Design Post University. She lived and worked as a commercial photographer in Toronto for close to twenty years but was interested in switching directions to a more creative practice. After relocating to St.Catharines, she was able begin making both fine art & conceptual based work. Middleton has exhibited extensively throughout Ontario including shows such as the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, The Artist Project, as well as gallery exhibitions, most recently The Grimsby Public Art Gallery in 2019. In 2021 she was nominated as one of 52 finalists for the Salt Spring National Arts Award. She is the recipient of several Ontario Arts Council Grants and was nominated on two occasions as Established Artist for the St. Catharines Arts Awards. Middleton is very involved within her arts community on various boards and as the Chair of the Arts and Culture Committee for the City of St.Catharines for 12 years. Sandy is pleased to join the board of The Willow Arts Community as Vice Chair.